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post Feb 10 2008, 01:49 PM
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Hey, I've recently realised that I want to learn to sing. The problem is, I have no idea of how I should practice, I've heard that it's not good for your vice to just sing along to some songs that you like, and well, then I have no idea of how to practice. I've been doing some of your warm up excercises, but I have no idea of how to practice besides that. Any tips would be greatly appreciated laugh.gif


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Paul Coutts
post Feb 11 2008, 07:23 AM
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I think learning to sing is similar to ear training....just sing along with what you play, but actually pay attention and try it get it right smile.gif
Tell me if I'm wrong, I'm actually practicing singing too


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Luciana Segovia
post Feb 11 2008, 12:40 PM
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Hey guys!

I'm so happy there are more singers in GMC laugh.gif

ok. from the beginner, you only have to practice warm up. The idea is to concentrate that you are doing everything right, because when you practice in songs maybe you repeat the same bad habits from that singer. Singing song correctly must be the result of a good study of breathing, scales, resonance, interpretation, etc-

Try to do all the warm up exercises from my clases and Nemanja's clases. Do not hurry. You'll notice the difference.


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