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dannielle90210 asked:

21 Jul 2011

any tips on how to sing better?:)

i am okay at singing, but i want to be better, any tips?:)



silence_ says:

Posted on 21 Jul 2011

Get a singing coach/teacher in your area.
They'll be better able to help with nuances and pitch issues and help you control your voice.


dragana94 says:

Posted on 22 Jul 2011

Go on singing classes...And eat eggs,I heard that's useful :)


vampgirly says:

Posted on 27 Jul 2011

i know it sounds really really gross, but drink warm olive oil. it is good for your throat


bumble_bee_123 says:

Posted on 27 Jul 2011

Join a choir or go 2 voice training lessons


cottencandy1100 says:

Posted on 29 Jul 2011

i agree with bumblle bee my friends and i want to be sngers so we joined i choir and it improved our voices alot especially since we dnt come from family of great voices lol


fahmi11 says:

Posted on 20 Nov 2011

Whenever I tried to sing, I took lemon tea with one spoon honey. Also I practiced on singing.


abbeyjo says:

Posted on 22 Dec 2011

Alot of it is breath support. Breathing from your diaphram. (the muscle beneath your lungs) you should feel it swell when you inhale. And being able to sustain. If you can breathe deep, and sing the alphabet, then you're good. Also make sure you're pushing enough air to be on key.


seraph says:

Posted on 22 Dec 2011

Always warm up your entire body and your voice before you start! This is the most frequently forgotten piece of advice for proper singing, and it's also THE most important. Even a complete pro will ruin their voice in the long run if they keep singing without a warm-up beforehand.

A simple warm-up would be: stand up with your feet slightly apart (shoulder-width) and stretch as high as you can with your arms, standing on your toes. After a bit, let your arms and upper body drop down until you're touching your toes. Stay stretched like this a bit and then gradually stand up straight again, "unrolling" your spine vertebra by vertebra until you raise your chin from your chest and are facing straight ahead again.

Roll your head, rotate your arms and shoulders, and just generally loosen up your limbs and back as much as you can.

Then your facial muscles: run your tongue along the outside of your teeth (as though "brushing" your teeth with your tongue). Stretch your facial muscles as far as you can, opening your mouth and eyes as wide as possible, raising your eyebrows as high as they will go. Hold this freaky face for a few seconds, then do the opposite: scrunch your whole face up into the center of your face. Alternate like 5-10 times.

If you're sure you are breathing right, you can do some lip rolls now: keep your lips loosely touching each other and then let air escape through them, producing a tone as well as the vibration of your lips buzzing against each other. Work your way from your most comfortable pitch up and down the scales. Ideally the "bzzzzz" of your lips as well as the notes you're "singing" will become more and more fluid. If your lips "stumble" over each other and you get something like "ppppffft" instead, you are pushing too hard and need to take a deep breath and relax more.

If you find it hard to breath from your diaphragm like AbbeyJo said (and, next to warm-up, that's THE most important key to singing!), try this: sit at the very front of a chair or similar surface, so that your butt almost slides of. Feet at shoulder width, chin parallel to the ground, straight back and all that jazz. Then take a huge breath and let it out by going "SSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH" like an angry garden hose or a leaky tire. Make the "Sssh" sound as loud and forceful as you can and push out ALL your air in this one almighty hiss. The next breath you draw will go straight to your diaphragm. And now you're breathing right!

Also just relax, enjoy, feel the music and don't overthink it. Singing from your soul is more important than being pitch-perfect!

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