Embarking on a singing journey can be both exciting and challenging, especially for beginners. To make your debut singing experience a smooth one, I created a curated list of seven songs tailored for all voice types, from bass to baritone to soprano and alto and beyond!
How do you start a song anyway? It can be overwhelming right? Instantly, the mind locks up as you feel the weight of your own herculean expectations you’ve set upon yourself to come up with something absolutely amazing out of thin air in record time bearing down upon you. You feel the self-imposed pressure and before you know it, you’re paralyzed.
Everyone wants to sing better. The better command you have of your voice as an instrument the more enjoyable the act of singing can be.
If you’re a songwriter just starting out, you’ve likely heard plenty about how chords are the backbone of any song. But have you ever wondered where they come from?
Did you know that singing regularly can have a positive effect on your life? Singing can improve your mental health, reduce your stress level, and strengthen your immune system, lung capacity and function.
As a private instructor and songwriting coach, I’ve received a lot of the same types of questions from students over the years when it comes to writing songs. One of the most commonly occurring questions looks something along the lines of: “Hey Aaron, when you’re writing songs, do you start with the lyrics? Or does the music come first?”