What is practice?
- To rehearsal
- To exercise
- To preparation
- To training
- To run-through
- But when it comes to practicing, you’ll need to dedicate at least 20 minutes of time to it without distraction – make sure it’s just you and your music.
- Selecting Your Practice Area
- There should be a CD player or another device for playing music.
- A clock or timer should be available to make sure that you do your warm up and cool down for the appropriate periods.
- Try singing at very high pitch and very low pitch. You might feel “I cannot!”, but practicing again and again opens your closed vocal ranges (they are closed because you do not use high pitch vocals everyday).
- Group Practice
- As a singer you must realize the differences between singing alone and singing in a group.
- One is not better than the other. Both are good in their own ways.
- Remember the song “We Are the World”? Most of the singers in that big group were made famous by singing alone. It is good to know what the differences are between singing alone and singing in a group.
- It’s true that if you are singing solo, you are likely to get famous faster. But, it doesn’t mean that a great fame cannot be achieved through singing in a group.
- Benefits Of Practicing And Singing In Group
- Working as a singing group, demands a lot of understanding and practice in order to be able to hit the perfect pitches / notes and at the exact time.
- While, when you are singing alone, the entire responsibility of your performance is on your own shoulders.
- Additionally, a singing group usually works as a team in order to make the performance great and happening.
And This Four Keys Will Gave You Confidence For Good Performance
REV FOSTER ODOI