This is a common question. And I also answer the question: “How good a singer do you want to be? How successful do you want to be? What do you want to achieve? It’s up to you. “
If you decide to be a professional singer, there will never be a moment when you say to yourself: “Well, I can do everything.” Every professional works on himself constantly, looking for ways to improve his singing, speech, performance, choreography … the way The singer is about continuous improvement.
Technology will make singing easier, but there are other things you need to work on.
We do what we teach ourselves. There is not a day when we do not exercise and find out how far we can move.
If you say that 1 hour of singing a week is enough, we must disappoint you. That’s really little.
In order for your body and vocal cords to work with you in complete unity when you need them most – for example on stage during your performance – it is necessary to have mastered the so-called muscle memory, ear memory and body memory. Then you will really relax on stage, your body and voice will be in harmony and you can enjoy that great moment of glory.
We therefore recommend exercising every day, at least for a while. Thanks to this, you will get used to your sound, voice, your own body and you will stretch your vocal cords.