How to mesmerise everyone, with your singing voice.

The other day I was listening to Adele, doing her thing.

And I was wondering.

Would we even care if she couldn’t sing high notes?

Or riffs and runs?

I wouldn’t…

The thing that actually brings people to tears, is her sound.

I believe THAT’S where it all starts for us as singers.

Even for beginners…

What people connect to, resonate with, is our sound.

It’s not just about being able to reach the high notes,

it’s about how these notes make people feel.

 And the truth is… 

…there are certain sound characteristics a pop singer must have, for people in 2020 to be mesmerised by it. 

You see, people have so many choices and they recognise quality the second they hear it.

What resonates with people today,

and what touches them emotionally is completely different than 20 years ago.

Even 10 years ago!

On top of that, we all want to hear something unique in the singers we listen to.

Something special.

But most aspiring singers are stuck at the level before that.

They go to their weekly singing lessons, doing exercises like hissing, singing through the diaphragm, lip trills, tongue trills, singing scales and singing through the mask,

HOPING it will shift their sound towards what works today’s music industry.

But it doesn’t shift…

It took me 9 YEARS to figure out what helps aspiring singers achieve a sound like that.

Quickly.

The weeks instead of years kind of quickly.

But what it boils down to is the following. 

Every famous pop singer out there, has certain sound characteristic that make them similar to each other. 

And every one of them has put their own spin on it. 

That’s it! 

That’s all we need to get a handle on as aspiring pop singers.

From there it’s easy to add more stuff.

Like more high notes, more riffs and runs and what not. 

But let me ask you.

What would you do with a singing voice that has the sound characteristics people are touched by in 2020?

Would you start that YouTube channel?

Would your record your songs?  

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