How to Go from Bad Singer to Good Singer – Felicia Ricci

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How to Go from Bad Singer to Good Singer (or at least decent!) – – Practice singing with my free warmup series

Some basic singing tips for beginner singers who don’t know where to start! Most of my videos are geared toward singers who have a baseline understanding of pitch and a certain amount of control over their vocal cords. But I made this video to answer some questions I’ve been getting from subscribers who feel like they’re right at the VERY BEGINNING of their singing journey and feel like they “suck,” haha. I don’t want to leave you guys out in the cold, so here are some of the top ways you can make some headway, including: (1) working within your vocal range so you find songs that are easiest to sing for you, (2) starting very small with manageable, focused tone (which is easiest to control), (3) opening up your FACE which is where your tone and resonance is produced, (4) learning to not be afraid of sounding stupid or not like “yourself” when you go to sing.

Hopefully these singing techniques, tips, and tricks will help you on your singing journey!! xo Fel


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xo Fel

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40 thoughts on “How to Go from Bad Singer to Good Singer – Felicia Ricci

  1. I used to sing effortlessly, but then I stopped for a few years. Now I
    can’t reach the notes that came very easily back then.

  2. the best tip I got from youtube was to project your voice into the roof of
    your mouth, this will give you your own natural voice.

  3. Might I add….try enunciating lyrics with a pencil sideways in your mouth.
    Forces you to focus on every syllable and STRETCHES the mouth. So many of
    us are lazy talkers and don’t know it, and this is amplified while singing.

  4. how do we open out our face? can you actually do some tutorials in each
    step because it sounds easy but is not

  5. I got a good voice but Sometimes when I do a cover of a song,to sing a word
    to another it cuts my breath I don’t really know what to do.

  6. I always wanted to sing but never had any one who said wow you have a good
    voice. However I’ve come to place in my life where I dont care what people
    think I should try to do something that will help me be happy!!!

  7. I’m such a bad singer! That’s kinda sad, because singing has always been
    one of my biggest hobbies. It’s not that I can’t control my pitch and
    stuff, but my voice is just not pleasant to listen to + I feel like the way
    I say words sounds terrible (my S’s)

  8. I don’t believe when people say I sing good because I’ve told my friends
    that can’t sing that they can sing.

  9. Im doing vocal coaching and i guess i sound good when im not singing in
    front of people who im not that close with and there is alot of talent in
    my family but when it comes to my vocal coach i get embarrassed and stuff
    so it seems like I sound like death.

  10. I used to sing and then was in a car accident in 2005. It crushed my nose
    and sinuses. I tried to sing about 6 months after surgery and sounded
    horrible. I tried for over a year and finally gave up. I mean I quite
    singing at all…not even humming. I regret it. I want to get my voice back
    and this gives me a place to start. Thank you.

  11. I find my voice just weird because I can sing a evanescence song but i
    cant really sing anything other then there songs and- i cant explain it at
    all actually

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