Singing Practice

Answers to three of the most common questions about singing practice, namely where to practice singing, when to practice singing and how long to practice singing. So let's get cracking...

Where to practice singing 

You can practice singing anywhere that's convenient for you where you can be alone and concentrate. Ideally you'd want to leave the space set up so that everything is ready each day for your singing practice.

Your singing practice area doesn't need to be huge, you just need enough space to move around comfortably. If you don't have much spare space don't let it hold you back. Many people practice singing in the bathroom or even in the basement. Irrelevant of where is most convenient for you, it's important to practice your singing regularly.

Do you feel embarrassed or shy when others can hear you practice your singing exercises? One great place to practice singing is in the car! Do your vocal warm-ups on your way to work, to the store, or to school. The commute will seem much shorter and no one will look at you twice - except maybe at the lights!

When to practice singing

It's a good idea to schedule a specific time and duration for your singing practices each day. Decide if you're a morning or evening person. Many people practice singing more efficiently at night, but choosing whether you practice in the evening or the morning will often depend on when your home is most quiet so you can concentrate better. You can practice singing on your lunch hour or right before or after work. Also when you practice singing, it's a good idea to turn off the TV and turn on the answering machine to avoid distraction.

How long to practice singing

The length of your singing practice will depend on your level of expertise. If you're new to singing, practicing 15 - 20 minutes a day will be very beneficial. You can then increase your singing practice time to 30 - 60 minutes per day. But don't forget that quality singing practice is better than quantity. A focused 20 minute singing practice is better than 1 hour of unfocused practice. Most important is to remember that you voice is like any other muscle group in your body. It gets tired and needs rest. If your voice is tired after 20 minutes, it's best to rest for a while and practice your singing again later.

So now you that you know the basics of where to practice, when to practice and how to practice singing, now you need a step-by-step guide that tells you exactly what you should be doing during your singing practice to get your singing voice to a professional level as quickly as possible. Below you'll find my personal favorite home study singing programs:

The Best 3 Learn to Sing Programs

Singing Made Simple
by Roger Burnley

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Revolutionary video program guaranteed to develop vocal versatility & X-factor sound.

Sing With Freedom
by Per Bristow

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Singing Lessons

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Breakthrough learn to sing
video course for hobby and professional singers.

Singing Success
by Brett Manning

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Singing Lessons

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Groundbreaking vocal drills & singing technique for
aspiring singing stars.

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4 DVD Video + 3 Bonus Audio
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4 DVD Video + 3 Bonus Audio
Sing With Freedom Review

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12 CD, 1 DVD + 1 Booklet
Singing Success Review

Not sure which to choose? Check out these singing lesson reviews

I hope this singing practice information helpful. 

To your bright singing future,

P.S. If you're not quite ready to invest in learning how to sing, then don't miss your chance to grab these free singing lessons.