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Musicals & Voice - November 19th 2009, 02:45 AM

So I seen the musical Rent today, and adored it.
This just makes me want to be in a musical even more.
It's been my dream since I was little.
But... my voice isn't what someone would call amazing.
I know singing is a natural talent, and if you can't sing, you can't sing...
But is there any way at all to improve someone's singing voice? :/
   
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Re: Musicals & Voice - November 19th 2009, 07:48 PM

Hey Lily,
I think the best way to try and improve your vocals is to find someone who can teach you the proper way to sing and how to sing without doing damage to your chords, etc. Finding the right song can also be a factor in how well you can sing, so maybe keep looking for a song that fits your vocals. Of course, practice makes perfect, so you'll have to work on improving your voice. I'd really suggest enrolling in singing lessons though. Good luck! :]


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Re: Musicals & Voice - November 19th 2009, 08:16 PM

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I know singing is a natural talent, and if you can't sing, you can't sing...
False. Any trainer will tell you that a good voice is a well-trained voice. Unless you have an actual speech impairment you can learn to sing very well without having any "talent".
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