You can achieve a healthy voice if you take care of your body. Start with a balanced diet. It includes whole grains, vegetables and fruits, not processed foods or sugar. Then drink water rather than caffeinated and sugary beverages. Limit alcohol, stop smoking and don-™t take illegal drugs. Exercise every day for at least 20 minutes. As you run, bike or swim, you increase your fitness level and your body-™s ability to fight illness. Finally, rest your voice and your body. Avoid yelling or cheering, get enough sleep at night and limit stress when possible. With your healthy body, you have a healthy voice.
When you-™re busy, you don-™t have time to travel to voice lessons. You need Musika-™s in-home lessons. Our qualified and experienced instructors do all the traveling. You simply need to provide a piano or keyboard and be ready to sing. Additionally, we are experienced with all genres of music. Let us help you find the perfect songs for your voice, whether you want to sing country or classical. Make time for singing, your passion, while balancing everything else you have to do during the day. With in-home voice lessons, you can have it all and sing better while you-™re doing it.
When you want to learn how to become a better singer, you need voice lessons. Musika instructors are trained in every genre and style, including Classical, Country and R&B. We can help you prepare for national auditions or local competitions. You will receive customized lesson plans based on your musical goals and previous experience. As part of your lessons, you will learn how to protect and project your voice. You-™ll learn how to interpret songs, add emotion and read music. Before you audition or perform, we-™ll teach you how to manage stage fright. In addition to these topics, learn: How to enjoy and express yourself with singing, Breath control techniques, Vocal cord protection, Voice projection techniques, Vocal volume improvement, How to read music, Genre and style interpretation, How to add emotion to songs, lyrics and phrases, Performance techniques, including how to cope with stage fright.
Adult students often have a specific singing goal in mind when starting their lessons. For example, many singers who enjoy rock music want to increase their vocal ranges so they can sing along on pitch with their favourite vocalists. Increasing the range of the voice requires a few fairly simple techniques, but they take time to master and apply to songs. Other students may want to learn to sing just for fun, to join a band or to prepare for auditions, such as The X Factor, The Voice, American Idol or a music college.
When your child wants to learn how to sing, wait to begin voice lessons. The voice can be damaged or strained if you start lessons too soon because it is not physically ready to sing every day and undergo the rigorous training required during children-™s voice lessons. After puberty, or around age 11 or 12 year, most children are physically and emotionally ready for voice lessons. By following our recommendation and waiting, you protect your child-™s voice. He or she is then able to learn how to sing successfully for years to come.