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Tips for learning to sing

 

 

1. BREATHING

Although at first it may seem obvious, the reality is that learning to breathe well is essential to singing for a good singer.

The first thing at this point is to control your breathing and focus on an abdominal breath.

When taking air you should always do it through the nose and not through the mouth, in order to keep the vocal cords warm, filter the air and prevent dust or other substances from entering the mouth that can irritate and dry your throat.

2. DICTION

Another essential point to start singing is to evaluate your pronunciation . Pronouncing each of the vowels and consonants well is essential for correctly understanding the feelings or emotions that you want to convey through the song you sing.

Sometimes you will sing songs faster than others, and the control of pronunciation and vocalization must be correct in both.

If when evaluating yourself when singing a song, you see that you do not pronounce certain words well, we recommend that you stop to work on the vocalization of that part.

A widely used technique is to sing vowels , since by singing each one of them you will practice how to put your mouth correctly.

A trick, look in the mirror or record yourself to correct notes, tuning, timbre, gestures,. Once you manage to sing the vowels loosely, you will take another step and they can be unified.

3. HYDRATION

Another step to take care of your vocal cords when you want to learn to sing or sing is to hydrate yourself with water or natural drinks at room temperature . If this point is not met, you will be forcing your voice and may lead to vocal fatigue.

4. HEATING

Just like when you practice a sport it is essential to warm up, before singing you should do the same. This way you will take care of your vocal cords and your voice will not tire so quickly .

At this point it is ideal to have a singing teacher to customize the warm-up based on your characteristics . The vocal exercises at this point should be very gentle and make you feel comfortable.

5. RANK

Knowing your range or vocal register is important to know what are the highest and lowest notes you can make and then make a decision about what your ideal range is. The normal thing is to sing in a medium tone of your range without straining your voice too much, and not spend most of the time in a very high or low tone.