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  • 1. Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Singorama at: http://www.vocalsingingtips.com/go/singorama 1
  • 2. 2 Contents CONTENTS .................................................................................. 2 INTRODUCTION........................................................................... 3 LOOKING FOR SINGING HELP...................................................4 1) PERSONAL REASONS..........................................................................5 2) PROFESSIONAL REASONS .................................................................6 TEACH YOURSELF LESSONS WORK .....................................................6 MORE THAN VOCAL CORDS ..................................................... 7 VOCAL CORDS AND THE BREATHING SYSTEM ..................... 8 VOICE TYPES ............................................................................10 SOPRANO ................................................................................................11 ALTO.........................................................................................................12 TENOR......................................................................................................12 BARITONE................................................................................................12 BASS.........................................................................................................13 TAKING LESSONS .................................................................... 13 AVOIDING VOCAL CORD DAMAGE.......................................................13 VOCAL CORD HEALTH...........................................................................14 PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF SINGING .......................................... 16 BREATHING .............................................................................................16 POSTURE .................................................................................................17 DICTION....................................................................................................18 Vowels...................................................................................................18 Consonants ...........................................................................................19 RELAXATION ...........................................................................................20 ALL ABOUT EMOTIONS............................................................ 21 VOICE SPECIFICS..................................................................... 23 PITCH........................................................................................................23 INTERVALS ..............................................................................................23 RHYTHM AND TIMING.............................................................................24 Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 3. 3 KEY ...........................................................................................................24 RANGE......................................................................................................24 SIGHT SINGING .......................................................................................25 IN 90 DAYS?.............................................................................................25 CHOOSING SINGING SOFTWARE ........................................... 25 SHOPPING FOR SINGING SOFTWARE..................................................26 CORRECTING COMMON VOCAL PROBLEMS ........................ 28 CONCLUSION............................................................................29 RECOMMENDED READING: SINGORAMA.............................. 30 Introduction Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 4. 4 Do you love to sing? Do you find yourself singing along with your iPod music or whatever is playing on the radio at the moment? Or are you a more serious singer with career plans? The interesting fact about singing is that professionals and amateurs alike want to sing better when they enjoy singing. If this describes you then you’re in for a real treat because the information in this ebook was written just for people who want to sing better. The goal of this ebook is to give you essential information about singing so you show improvement within 90 days. In reality, singing is like any other skill. It must be practiced regularly, and there is almost always room for improvement. Great artists like opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, rocker Mick Jagger and soul singer Aretha Franklin practice regularly looking for new singing techniques and better voice control. Professionals work diligently to perfect pitch, tone and time and when they hit the high notes it’s a thing of beauty. Becoming an accomplished singer takes time, but you can hear improvement in just a few lessons. You must become thoroughly familiar with your voice and then begin to take the right steps to control what comes from your vocal cords. Despite what some think, a true singer uses the whole body to get the best sounds. You have to learn how to breathe, relax and articulate. For those who hope to sing professionally or for the entertainment of others, there is information on connecting with an audience and projecting the right emotion. You will also read about singing lessons available as software programs. They are ideal for people who just can’t afford the money for private singing lessons or when scheduling is a problem. Thanks to the internet you can learn to sing at home as if you are getting private professional lessons. It is hoped you will find the inspiration to pursue your singing career. This ebook is just a starting point for singing training. It presents essential concepts, looks at common singing mistakes and talks about the benefits of singing lessons. In the end though, your progress will depend on your willingness to practice, practice and practice. So let’s sing! Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 5. 5 problem is that every man and woman may not be able to sing well. There are good singers, bad singers and untrained singers. The good singers represent those who have a natural talent that has been honed and perfected through practice and probably lessons. Bad singers are people who sing off-key, cannot carry a tune or torture melodies and words. The interesting fact is that even bad singers can become good singers in many cases with the right training. That’s why a third category named “untrained singers” is mentioned. Untrained singers include people who are:  Familiar with singing concepts but need to upgrade their skills  Have no singing training at all but enjoy singing  Interested in singing – have never tried singing – but are ready to learn how to sing for the fun of it You could say the untrained singers’ category includes everyone! People decide to sing for many different reasons but they can be divided into two broad categories: 1) Personal Reasons Do you enjoy singing in the shower? When you go to a birthday party, do you always end up singing a song to entertain the guests? Are you in the church choir or a local singing group to sing just for the enjoyment of it? Other personal reasons for singing include:  Taking part in a local theater production  Singing in a band made up of friends who enjoy jamming  Accompanying your guitar playing  Singing in the school glee club  Singing in the shower (had to add this one!) People have personal reasons for singing, and they often include singing to themselves or singing for the benefit of family and friends. But that doesn’t mean singing is taken lightly. Even when you sing as a hobby or just for fun, you still don’t want to make people cringe when you try to hit certain difficult notes or can’t keep up with the music. The information in this ebook talks about improving your singing in 90 days so others can enjoy your hidden talents. Imagine how surprised your Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 6. 6 grandmother will be when you break into song at her 90th birthday party and she doesn’t have to turn off her hearing aid! 2) Professional Reasons The information in this ebook is also for anyone who wants to sing professionally. Professional singers entertain others and get paid to do so. But professionals are not just stage singers. This category includes:  Singing in a local band for local establishments  Hired solo singers  Rock, country and pop singers seeking fame and fortune as recording artists  Singing stars headed for the Broadway stage  Opera singers  Local event entertainers at fairs, special events, rodeos, sports events, etc.  Jazz vocalists Professional singers are not just those who hope to break into show business and eventually make millions recording CDs. They also include entertainers who work locally and really have no plans to go to New York, Nashville or Los Angeles to look for the “big break.” Teach Yourself Lessons Work It would be nice if everyone could afford to take professional singing lessons taught by experts. In-person one-on-one lessons are quite expensive unfortunately, so they are simply not an option in many cases. But thanks to technology, you can still get the same high quality training and instruction through self-help computer software. Why should you consider teach yourself lessons? There are lots of reasons!  Learn the correct basic methods upon which you can build your expertise  Correct bad habits that have developed due to lack of training  Develop your singing potential by learning professional techniques such as proper breathing, articulation, and voice specifics like pitch and range  Gain access to professional lessons not available locally Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 7. 7  Protect your vocal cords from strain  Learn to use the whole body to improve your singing  Try out a variety of song types and expand your horizons  Develop a personal singing style  Enjoy the convenience of working on your lessons on your time schedule and not someone else’s At home self help singing lessons give you an opportunity to learn from those professionals you cannot afford to hire. As you will learn in a later chapter, the singing software sold today offers a number of lessons covering a broad range of topics. It’s just like taking expensive lessons from the experts but at a fraction of the cost. At this point, we have considered why people sing and why they should take self-help lessons. Now it is time to get down to the nitty-gritty of improving your singing in less than 90 days. In the following chapter, you will read about vocal cords, and the physical and emotional aspects of singing. More than Vocal Cords Singing involves a lot more than just…well…making noises using your vocal cords. Singing is sound, and sound is created through vibrations flowing through some type of medium, which in this case is air. In most descriptions of how sound is produced, the voice is compared to a wind instrument. Blow into a clarinet, for example, and sound is created by forcing the air to vibrate in the column of the instrument which is called the resonator. When you consider that your singing is like playing a wind instrument then it’s easy to understand that singing is about a lot more than vocal cords. If you learn anything from this ebook then it should be this: singing requires control and training of the whole body, and not just the vocal cords. Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 8. 8 In the following sections we will discuss vocal cords, the different types of voices, the voice specifics that impact the quality of singing, and the physical and emotional aspects of learning to sing well. Just remember as you read that singing is a powerful communication method that also happens to be a lot of fun. You might want to croon like Michael Bublé, rock like Lady Gaga, hip hop like Will.I.Am or quietly sing like Sarah McLachlin. You may want to belt out the soul like Aretha Franklin or sound a little country like Taylor Swift. Whatever singing style you intend to pursue, you will need to learn to control your body which is your own personal wind instrument. You will also need to learn how to project emotion and connect with an audience. Vocal Cords and the Breathing System Though your vocal cords are not the only part of your body that affects your singing voice, it’s a good place to start the discussion. When you hear words like acoustics and resonance, you may not necessarily think of vocal cords. But your vocal cords are part of a system that includes:  Lungs that inhale and exhale air  Vocal folds that vibrate  Pharynx and mouth which make up your resonator Acoustics refers to the principles and properties of sound. Just think of all the times you have heard teenagers talk about the “great acoustics” of their stereo systems. What they are talking about is the quality of sound that is achieved through sound frequency (number of vibrations), amplitude (sound volume and intensity), duration (how long the sound lasts) and form (structure of the sound). Your lungs, vocal folds, mouth, air passageway and the diaphragm all play a part in sound production. Another term you need to know is tone. Tone is the quality of the sound. To get good quality, which is one of the singing goals, you need to control your breathing in a way that produces the best human acoustics and tone. Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 9. 9 Yes…it’s true! You are going to “play” your breathing system so that your natural wind instrument makes beautiful sound. Breathing is intricately entwined with sound and thus your singing quality. You must manage how air flows through your breathing system. That’s why singing lessons always include breathing lessons, and you are instructed to begin your sound-making effort in the diaphragm and not in your voice box where the vocal cords are located. Remember the child’s song that chants something like this: The ankle bone is connected to the leg bone, and the leg bone is connected to the knee and so on? That same type of connectedness applies to your breathing system.  Diaphragm – large muscle that separates the abdomen and the lungs and its contractions contributes to the inhalation and exhalation of air  Lungs – air sacs that expand and contract as air is drawn in or expelled  Trachea – the channel of your human wind instrument through which air passes  Vocal cords – vibrating folds that create sound as air passes through and causes changes in air pressure  Voice Box (larynx) – cartilage box that contains the vocal cords  Pharynx – the throat or the tube that runs from the top of the larynx to the nose and includes the hard and soft palates  Mouth – oral cavity that includes your lips, tongue, and teeth  Resonating chambers – the facial bones around the cheeks next to the nose and the hollow sinus cavities over the eyes So now that you know the parts of the body that affect your singing, you can begin to learn how each one affects the sound you produce. All these parts work together to create sound tone, resonance, articulation, intensity, pitch and range. Did you think that to sing well all you had to do was open your mouth and let the sound pour forth? There are probably some people who have a gift and an instinct that lets them produce ideal sound without practice, but they are few and far between. Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 10. 10 You need to seriously practice breathing control if you want to improve your singing in 90 days. In general, the parts just mentioned serve the following purposes in sound production.  Diaphragm – affects sound strength  Lungs – healthy lungs can assist with clearer sound  Trachea – fully open it will enable unimpeded air flow for better sound  Vocal cords – the characteristics of the vocal cords affect the pitch and quality of sound produced  Larynx – where resonance is created  Pharynx – critical to creating rich sounds that do not have a nasal quality  Mouth – used to articulate words in a song  Resonators – creates amplified sounds with full tone In a nutshell this is how it works: When you get ready to sing, the folds of the vocal cords lightly close. The lungs expel air through the folds forcing them to gently vibrate. The vibration creates sound. To produce the best sounds you will need to learn how to control many of these physical parts. For example, you will need to learn how to control your breathing while maintaining a good posture for example. In the next section, we will review the different types of voices, which are determined by how your physical parts function. Voice Types There are five basic types of voices, and they are separated by gender.  Women – soprano or alto  Men – tenor, baritone or bass The voice classifications are defined according to the range of notes the voice can sing well. There are many different physical features that determine the type of voice you are working with as you sing. For example, the pitch is partially determined by the physical attributes of the vocal cords including the length and width. Pitch refers to the high note and the low note you can sing. Learn ALL the essentials of becoming a great singer, check out Superior Singing Method: CLICK HERE
  • 11. 11 This is important to understand because you have a voice that nature gave you. If you are a tenor then you will not want to choose songs that need a bass singer. If you are a soprano then you want to pick songs that fit within the range of notes you are most qualified to sing. Probably one of the biggest mistakes beginning singers make is choosing songs that require notes outside their range. Think of it like this – could you hit the high notes in an operatic song? Most people cannot, so you wouldn’t want to pick a song suited for an opera. Now think in terms of all songs including modern day rock or pop. You might not be able to handle the songs Mariah Carey (a soprano) sings if you are an alto. On American Idol, one of the frequent comments made by the judges is that the song the contestant chose did not fit their voice well. It’s like trying to put a square peg into a round hole. The fit will never be good unless you choose songs with a range suitable for your voice classification. Another term you might like to keep in mind is tessitura. Tessitura refers to the note range you are the most comfortable singing. We have all listened to singers that go too far out of their singing comfort zone, and the result is almost painful to hear. Singers do regularly exceed their range but trained singers also know their limits. Vocal cord activity creates the type of singing voice, while the other parts of your sound production system add nuances. Short vocal cords that are kept relaxed will produce a deep voice. Vocal cords that are lengthened and kept tighter will lead to sounds that have a higher pitch. Following is a general summary of the vocal types that have been defined in the music world. Soprano The soprano describes a female singing voice that is at the highest level. The note range is generally between middle C and High C on the music scale. It is in this note range that the soprano will sing with rich powerful tones. Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson, Julie Andrews and Maria Callas are all sopranos. Learn ALL the essentials of b
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