Learning to sing – can anyone learn to sing? Yes, if you have the patience to practice and learn. The most common questions for the novice when learning how to sing is how important is singing in tune and/or in pitch. Well, the answer is that it is very important, otherwise you might as well be singing nonsense. A song that is sung out of tune rarely resembles the original.Many people consider themselves tone deaf and incapable of ever singing in tune – hogwash.
Anyone can learn to sing if you still possess vocal chords. It is a skill just like any other – put in the time to learn the fundamentals and you will get better. Practice is all it takes. Train your ear to identify proper pitch and notes and you will eventually (and almost magically) find yourself singing in tune on occasion. Be patient and give yourself the permission and time to learn proper breathing and singing technique.
Does this sound like you? Fear not, in all likelihood you have just not discovered your real singing voice. The first and foremost task for the novice is discovering his/her own unique singing voice, accepting it and unleashing it upon the world. Finding your voice is easy while accepting it is often difficult.It is important to note that you don’t always get what you want.
Imagine that you discover you have a perfect voice for singing country music but you hate country music. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.The world of sports is filled with gifted individuals doing things and all the while wishing they were better at something else. There are Basketball players that watch Hockey because they wish that was the sport they were good at (and visa versa). Baseball players that wish they were Football players, Soccer players that wish they were Golf pro’s and it goes on and on.