Learn Correct Singing Techniques, Notes and Harmony
You're about to discover proven steps on how to sing in tune.
This audiobook contains proven steps and strategies on learning to get your voice in perfect shape ready to sing in tune and with harmony. It's surprising how many people think that they can't sing. In fact, I was told that I had to sing when first taking up playing folk guitar. It was the last thing on my mind. Now, with lessons and practice, I really can sing in tune and have used this knowledge to try and make things easier for you to go through the journey of discovering the music that you have locked up inside of you. Now you can learn. Now you can start to enjoy the sound of your own voice. All it takes is wanting to and once I got past that hurdle, there was no stopping me. These techniques and tips make up the ultimate guide because I was standing where you are now, and will explain in simple, easy to understand chapters that help you to sing more in tune than you ever have before.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
Chapter 1: Choosing Your Style
Chapter 2: Listening and repeating
Chapter 3: Learning to Breathe
Chapter 4: Learning to Warm Up Before Singing
Chapter 5: Learning Notes and Harmony
Much, much more!
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- T Kim Weber
Sing in Tune - This Really Helps!
Yes, I think that the audio edition definitely is a better version than the print version in this instance.
The section on breathing was very helpful. I did not know that standing up made such a difference. I also enjoyed the section on recording your voice before you start this exercise and then recording during different times. You really can hear a difference.
This book is an excellent guide to help your singing voice. Whether you want to do it professionally, in a church choir or just sing in the car, you will hear a definite difference in your voice.
- Kindle Customer