So, yes. Anyone can learn to sing. Why?
Because, when you sing, you use muscles, just like muscles in the rest of your body and when you learn how to train those muscles correctly that’s when you can get a better sound.
Now, yes, it is true, some people are naturally much better singers than others. And this really has a lot of different factors including how well your ears are tuned in and how good you are at things like pitch and rhythm.
Now, a lot of the time, we get asked by people who don’t feel like they’re ready to start singing lessons with us, how they can get started at home?
And you know what, it’s really important to get started at home with a practice routine.
Most people don’t know where to start or what they’re supposed to do. So, our tips to starting a practice routine would be kinda the same as going into the gym or doing a home workout.
So, if you’re new to singing and you’re struggling with pitching, you’ll soon realize just how important it is to learn to be on pitch before you start with more advanced techniques.
Pitch is everything when it comes to singing. And for a listener, if a singer is off pitch, it can sometimes be interpreted as that singer having a bad voice, which is not necessarily true –
Now if you’re new to singing or if you’ve been singing for a while but you feel like you struggle with finding your individual voice, then it’s important to take some time to do this before moving on with more advance techniques
This is so that you can make sure you are not limiting your potential in any way, shape or form.
So, what is a nodule?
Well a nodule is tiny little growth on the vocal folds, that when the vocal folds bank together to produce sound, it kind of gets in the way and this creates a husky-like tone or alters the sound of your original voice.