There many methods to be a good singer. Most singing teachers actually invent their own singing system and methodology to teach their singing students. Each method and singing technique will usually include vocal exercises, singing techniques, skills and concepts.
To add clutter to the confusion, there are many books and information and sometimes misinformation you can find in the libraries, music shops and on the internet. The most frustrating thing is that many of these products and books come with contradictory information. With this abundance of information, you could be learning singing techniques that conflict with each other and this could be very detrimental to your singing support system and sometimes the damage done may be irreversible. Many exciting singing careers were destroyed because of learning wrong singing techniques. Take a look at babies. They are breathing naturally with their diaphragm and they can throw their powerful voices across the room when they cry to get your notice.
How can they project their voice so naturally? This is because nature has provided us with the natural vocal mechanism to sing well and powerfully. It is when we adopt bad vocal habits as we grew older that the natural ability to be a good singer is lost and needs to be rekindled by good and correct vocal exercises and singing concepts. One challenge to good singing is to combine a simple yet powerful singing technique with strong emotions. Powerful emotions can break down a voice that is not trained with solid singing skills and techniques as a foundation.
Good singing technique is the foundation to build the emotional aspect of singing. For instance, if you pour out all your emotions in a song, you will know that something does not sound right in the singing sound you produced. Pay attention to your inner feelings and you will know what sounds right or wrong. Successful singing requires not only the will and ability to express your emotions in a song, but also the correct singing technique and skills.
Since emotions are channeled through your singing support system, your system must be fully developed for the emotion to come through powerfully and convincingly. So to be a good singer, you must build your voice and the support system that produce that voice. With a good mastery of your voice mechanism, your own singing style and interpretation of songs will be much more enhanced. You do not have to be concerned about sounding like a copy of other good singers when you perform. Yes, there are born voices, but there are no born artists. Each and every singer must develop his/her own individual skills to be an outstanding artist.
It is not just how good a singing voice you have. It is what you can do with your individual vocal resources that is the crux of a good singer. So getting introduced to a good singing teacher to help you to hone your singing skills to perfection is necessary if you want to be a good singer.
Chris Chew is a jazz pianist. Read more articles at his websitesSinging Contests and Learn how to play piano