Learn How To Keep Your Voice Damage-Free With My Online Singing Lessons

I think the most complicated thing about offering "online singing lessons" is purely the fact that I can't be right there with you, hearing you sing, and able to correct you when I hear something that needs correcting.

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Singing is such a dynamic subject. Everyone has a different voice, different needs; and actually being able to coach you on all of them over the internet is nearly impossible.

Oh that's just casual ol' me singing in my studio. Never mind the random professional photographer who just happens to be there to capture this "candid" moment.

Normally a singing coach would be able to listen to everything you sing, and give you critique's on your performance. They are be able to say things like:

  • "You need to change the way you are breathing, why don't you try this?"
  • "Why don't you use your falsetto/head voice for that note?"
  • "That song is out of your vocal range, why don't we change the key to make it more suitable for your voice?"
  • Etc. etc.

Now that's not really the type of advice anyone would ever be able to give you in online singing lessons; how would I ever be able to know if a song was out of your personal vocal range?

Unless you have an endless range, like the Verizon Wireless Guy, you will need to keep an eye on how high you are singing.

I don't know your specific voice, so I would never be able to cater a lesson directly for you (and anyone who tells you different on the internet is a liar!).

But what I can teach you in my online singing lessons is the philosophy and technique that can help you become a singer that is more:

  • Confident
  • Technically proficient
  • Emotionally engaging
  • In control of their voice
  • Protective of your voice

Most of what I have to share comes from my real life experience of playing music as a professional musician.

For example, after having troubles with sore throats from singing for almost 2 years (really bringing my vocal confidence down), I realized why singing in the car can lower you confidence (and why warm-ups can turn that around).

I'll also teach you how to rap if you're white.

Or, how to fix your raw throat in 30 seconds.

I just want to show you how your voice works, what you need to do to take care of it (and avoid sore throats like mine), and give you some idea's that will help you be more creative, and more expressive with your voice.

After all, you don't want to grow older and find that the way you treated your voice (poorly) when you were young, has now completely wrecked your vocal chords.

Even worse than that would be if you were to develop polyps on your vocal chords, making them virtually unusable; the costly surgery to remove them is dangerous and could stop you from ever being able to sing again.

We really don't want that to happen, do we? So let me show you how to take care of your voice, so we can avoid ever having to take such a drastic and life-changing measure.

Read on to learn more about the exciting world of your voice...

Learn How To Make Your Voice Do What You Want


The first thing you need to remember is that your vocal cords are somewhat similar to your ear drums in that they don't really react well to just "sudden usage".

For example, if you just hear a massive 120+ db "BANG!" in your ears, you can expect a bit of ringing and it's possible it might even hurt or damage your ear drums.

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As a white man, rapping is always something that has just gone above my head. Black people seem to be able to just pick it up so well, it seems as if they're not trying at all.

This is bologna. Due to obvious cultural differences and other social factors, it makes sense that the majority of rappers are black, bar a few white rappers.

I've never thought my voice would be capable of creating any cool rap, so I've never tried (until recently).

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When your voice is raw and not-warmed up, you will find that the tone of your voice is not as nice, and you will have a lot of trouble singing as high as you would like to.

In addition, you’ll have an overall feeling of lack of vocal control. You won’t really be able to do what you want to do with your voice, it’s really frickin annoying.

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Vocal warm-ups are incredibly important to protecting your voice. But on top of online singing lessons and "do-re-mi-fa-so-la" warm-ups, there are other things you can do to protect your voice before a show (or just while you are practicing music) as well.

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