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Taking up singing as a personal hobby. Looking to enjoy more songs.
I've always loved singing, but lately I've felt disappointment when I cannot achieve the notes of other singers.
It's especially jarring when I find that I don't know how to approach making a song work with my voice.
I don't have expectations of becoming or matching a star, but I'd really like to approach singing in a smarter way.
There isn't any coaches/vocal majors in my area, so I was wondering if anyone had insight on resources that I could pursue?
I'm starting to feel that just singing a good deal without guidance, hasn't improved what I can achieve with my voice. Is there a smarter way of going about it, or should I just keep on and/or accept that there won't be improvement? I really dislike when my voice breaks every 10 seconds into a song when applying any amount of volume or power.
However it shakes out, it's all cool. Hit me up with that sweet knowledge and wisdom.