How I Taught Myself to Sing

A lot of you have been asking for me to show examples of how my voice has changed over the years so here is a video:

Run for Me Demo:
Run For Me Final Demo:

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12 thoughts on “How I Taught Myself to Sing”

  1. MonkeyBusine55

    Dig your vid! This is all I’ve done this past week (along with some stuff you mentioned in the video) and noticed crazy improvement.
    -slowed down the music, then practiced until I could sing full speed
    – bring upstrengthen chest (love Otis so It’s a must for me)

    I love how easily you decided to post your tips and I applaud you for that. I think singing lessons are overrated because becoming a better singer isn’t a tough concept to understand. In a nutshell, understand the difference between head and chest, respect range, train ears (listening), mimic, create your own riffs, and most of all, SING WITH EMOTION. Practice until you become great..then practice some more. To find my chest I hummed a note that I tried to make resonate as low in my body as possible. for falsetto/head I imagined making a girly voice…the rest is history.

  2. vignesh revankar

    great video ,very helpful .but why dont u cover a song we would love to hear u sing , so can u plz sing us sometin in ur next video plz .,,,,,,,,,, gud luck
    love frm india .

  3. I feel like everything sounds so bad when recording so i need to improve on everything, so theres no reason to record yet, when i get better i will record. Its probably good ro record right now too, but it makes me unmotivated to hear how bad it sounds. Even doe im much better than when i started, now i can sing wihout its gets suuuper embarrasing.

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