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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Practice makes perfect

People love to sing, and what better way is there to belt out a song than in front of a room full of strangers and  not get booed for trying? Well, that's the beauty of Karaoke. The friendly and supportive nature of strangers who share a common interest, keeps most beginners going back for more.

Often times, people want to improve their Karaoke by taking singing lessons. While I cannot stress enough the importance of proper training, that's not what I want to talk about today. There is lots of good advice easily found on the Web, for free. Example: Click here for singing advice from A to Z. As my blog continues to grow, I will post links to resources for singers.

What I would like to talk about today is practice time.

Think of your vocal chords as legs: the more you exercise them, the stronger they become. Combined with proper training muscle memory is established, and with that comes endurance and control. The best part about the vocal chords voice is that you don't need a gym to work out. You can practice singing almost anywhere. Start slowly practicing your vocal exercises for 1 hour every other day for one week. You should notice an improvement in sound quality by the fourth practice day. The second week's training routine is the same, except you should sing a minimum of two songs after the vocal exercises, to build up your singing endurance.

By the end of the second week you'll be ready to amaze the crowd with your new and improved vocal chops!

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