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Manuel Marino Music Composer

Lights @ Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Toronto...

Lights @ Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Toronto, ON – Friday May 10th 2013 – Siberia Acoustic Tour (Photo credit: Shandi-lee)

There are various methods used to learn how to sing. The most natural approach is simply listening to a song or music and then singing or humming along to emulate what you hear. Some highly musical individuals can learn to sing well without any lessons, much like talented musicians who teach themselves to play an instrument without lessons or reading musical notes. However, for the majority of us, this is not feasible. We need a structured singing lesson program to enhance our vocal abilities.

You might be on the verge of taking the step to learn how to sing. If so, it is crucial for you to know that the longer you go without proper singing training, the more bad habits you will develop. Consider this: when you listen to other singers, you instinctively mimic what they are doing. It may work for them, but for you, it might turn into a bad habit. When choosing a singing lesson method, you will need to break free from these bad habits. Starting with the right technique is a fresh beginning.

Many singing instructors believe that the best method is one structured in stages or steps. Singing is unique because it requires advancing in a way that allows your voice to resonate outward. It is the guidance your teacher provides on how to use your muscles and body that makes the difference. This is all part of the singing lesson process. When the correct technique is employed, your voice will be clear without any trace of nasal or breathy tones. You may see and hear a difference within days if your instructor uses a staged approach to achieve a desirable tone.

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