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How long does it take to learn to sing?

Updated: Jul 5

How long does it take to learn to sing

The simple answer is: "As long as it takes for you to reach the singing level and goals you want to achieve with your voice."

It also depends on your current skill level and where your voice is at. It could take 6 months or 6 years, everyone is on a different level and has different goals.

Consistent weekly practice will help you achieve your goals a lot quicker. If there are vocal problems to address (like singing out of tune) this should be considered as it can take longer to see vocal improvement.

Unfortunately there are no "quick fixes" or "magic tricks" when it comes to proper technique, it does take time to develop good vocal technique, especially if you want to prevent any future problems and health issues with your voice.

A good basic foundation, correct singing technique and knowing how your voice works is key to vocal longevity.

I have developed a wholistic program designed to help you achieve the best possible results in a reasonable amount of time. This can be taken to an advanced/professional level or to the level you feel achieves your singing goals. It is designed for all voices, children or adults, beginners, intermediate and advanced singers.

It takes time to learn about your instrument and build muscle memory, stamina, strength, flexibility, good posture, breathing, articulation, resonation, placement, to name a few.

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The thing with singing, is the more you learn, the more you realise there is to learn. The voice really is a complicated, multi-faceted and wonderful instrument.

Once you've reached the vocal level you want to achieve, you should then upkeep this with regular exercises.

The voice is a combination instrument that works best when all its components are working together in harmony and a lot of problems arise when this is not happening.

Each voice is unique and has its own unique qualities. You will find yours when you spend time experimenting and finding out how your voice works.

Discovering your own voice is very rewarding and when you have learnt to balance your voice and master your instrument, you will absolutely love "playing" it.

People are often discouraged from singing and think they either can't sing or they just don't have any natural talent because of problems and imbalances in the voice, like a tone that doesn't sound good, singing off key or "out of tune", voice cracks or breaks, weak areas in the voice, can't hit high or low notes, no vocal power, running out of air, strain, or maybe someone has been negative and told them "not to quit their day job".

But this really isn't true! Anyone with a healthy voice CAN learn to sing (to an advanced level) and overcome vocal problems and imbalances in the voice.

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Just like a cake is made up of ingredients (some not nice on their own), combined they are delicious. It really is about knowledge and learning about your ENTIRE voice and how to use it.

Singing should never hurt or feel unpleasant, even when you are singing at your loudest. There are specific techniques involved in "high pressure singing" or "belting" and it isn't shouting.

If you've always wanted to sing, then I encourage you to give it a go, its never too late to learn.

"Singing is an amazing journey of finding your UNIQUE voice."

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