The oldest musical ‘instrument’ is the human voice.Singing is as natural to humans as it is to songbirds, but many of us tuck our talents away out of shyness or sympathy for those within earshot. Every person that has a voice has the ability to sing. The question is, do you know HOW to sing? If you know the difference between the two, then you’re on the right track. Vocal Lessons is the best decision to make when it comes to vocal enhancement and learning vocal anatomy.
Singing is natural and it’s easy to do….but to sing well takes practice. To sing very well takes practice and knowledge.It may seem strange that something that comes as naturally to most people as singing requires tutoring. People often make excuses, or don’t have all the facts in front of them to make a decision as to whether or not to embark on a series of classes.
Why Should You Take Vocal Lessons?
- To learn to read music.
- To learn various musical styles.
- To learn various standards for musical styles.
- To learn how to find a note.
- To sharpen your ability to sing a note. (To sing a note, all of us sing above the note and below the note, so that our range above and below the note gives us the sound of the note we are chasing. But good singers narrow their range to hit the note more purely – less above and less below. They are precise than the rest of us.
- To learn to breath well and and strengthen lungs
- To learn to control volume
- To learn not to waver away from notes once you find them
- To learn nuances of a song for a performance
- To learn about your own voice – what it can do and cannot do
- To learn how not to ruin your voice
- To learn music theory
- To learn various scales (There is certainly more than one scale out there. It’s not just do-ray-me).
With that being said, you’ll need to find a vocal coach. A vocal coach is a music instructor who guides vocalists on how to enhance their singing technique, take care of and develop their voice, and prepare for the performance of a song. So you want to find someone that you can feel comfortable with and also feel positive about the work you’re doing on your voice. In order to evaluate how well you work with your teacher, you need to know what you can expect from them.
Benefits of Vocal Lessons
- Improved posture. One of the first things any good vocal coach will notice is your posture. …
- More confidence. Building off the previous point, simply having a good, tall posture can instantly make you feel more confident. …
- Less stress and increased mental awareness.
- Better connection with your audience.