How to sing properly - your cheat sheet for knowing if you're on the right track or not

vocal technique Nov 04, 2017

If you’re wondering how to sing properly and whether you’re on the right track or not with your singing - this article is going to be just what you’re looking for. 

I know you’ve probably been around the block before and you’re familiar with a lot of different singing methods, techniques, terminologies etc. and you might be wondering:

“What’s right and what’s nonsense?  I feel like I’m taking blind stabs in the dark…”

“What exercises/techniques should I be focusing on and how can I know if I’m singing properly?”

“I’m worried I might damage my voice if I keep going the way I am…”

What I hope to give you today is a “cheatsheet” for how to sing properly – so you have a good yardstick of what to look out for and how to know if you’re on the right track or not.  Sound good?

First up – I’m Phil Moufarrege and I’m a pro...

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Jaffer Ridaa's Singing Transformation

 

If you ever feel confused about all the singing terminologies, techniques and methods out there and don’t know what and how you should be training, then I think you’ll find Jaffer’s singing transformation here very inspiring – after struggling with his voice for years trying to find the right teacher and method for him, he now has insane range, control, and tone and can now tackle difficult stuff like Bruno Mars and Journey.

What Jaffer has to say about his singing transformation

"I started singing like 3 years back and had previously never studied voice or anything ...Hell I didn’t even know that the voice was something you could actually train - I always thought that you were either born with it or not.

So when I started singing training, I discovered that there’s a lot of fancy words and terminologies (at least fancy for me!) that vocal coaches threw in my face during lessons.  And sometimes I was a bit too embarrassed to keep saying "I...

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