What Makes a Singer BAD – How to Fix Vocal Problems & Sing Better–

What Makes a Singer BAD – How to Fix Problems & Sing Better–
Everyone has heard bad singers on Reality TV but in truth, every bad singer can get better once they know what they are doing wrong and how to fix it. Vocal coach, Valerie White Williams, explains the 6 things that make a singer bad and how to build the skills to remedy the problems.

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2 thoughts on “What Makes a Singer BAD – How to Fix Vocal Problems & Sing Better–”

  1. IRONMANAustralia

    My, (now adult), kids all work in entertainment to varying degrees, (lucky me). I’m not a performer myself, (not my bag baby), but I know something about the arts and have an ear. My daughter has a great voice, but I identified two of the exact issues you lay out here early on:

    3. She would make the song – any song – all about herself and her own performance. At first I thought it was a way of dealing with nerves, but she’d act too ‘phony casual’ on stage as if she were a superstar performer at one of their own concerts. She’d mess around with the audience mid-song, etc. Inappropriate behaviour for anyone who hasn’t ever proved themselves by getting through a single song playing it straight.

    Kinda like emulating all the idiosyncratic mannerisms of Tiger Woods as if *that’s* what makes you a golf pro, instead of focusing on your swing, general technique, and just getting the damn ball into the hole first.

    4. She would be embellish and belt out just about every other line, and man that gets real old real fast. Total amateur hour.

    I didn’t tell her like that of course, but I did try to address it. All I can say is, if you don’t think an artist is appreciated in their own neighbourhood, that’s nothing compared to what a critic has to deal with – best intentions of not, kid gloves or not.

    As you said, the two things are ego-related. She was a big fish in a small pond down here. Really hard to get her up to the next level with everyone blowing so much sunshine up her butt. In retrospect I should have moved her back to California where she would have had significant competition.

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