How To Get Better With Singing [The Crazy Simple Key To Great Singing]

How To Get Better With Singing Using


Laryngeal tilt.



Open Throat.

Glottal Compression.

Super secret tongue release.

Smiling like a loon.

Pushing chest voice as high as you can, a little further each day.

Projecting… loud.

Medial, supraglottal, subglottal and diaphragmatic compression.

Pharyngeal contraction.

^ You don’t need ANY of these things to become a great singer.

In fact, in many cases this overly technical “I know more wikipedia quotes than you” approach to singing is going to hold you back – big time.

Do you think Aretha Franklin knew the difference between Formant 1 and Formant 2 vowels, and M1/M3 registration?

Do you think Chris Cornell REALLY spent fifteen years dragging chest voice as high as possible, day by day, strain by strain, yell by yell before he sang “Beyond The Wheel” at all of about 22 years old in 1987?

Do you think Adele just ‘holds her breath’ like a stoner when she sings and that this magically creates the right kind of compression to belt “One and Only” night after night?

I’m serious, you don’t need any of this stuff.

In fact, you need very LITTLE to become a great singer – so little, that you’ll probably spit out your coffee/beer when I tell you there’s only FOUR basic fundamentals that you need to develop to become a great singer.

A world class singer.

The kind of stage-destroying singer you think only ‘naturals’ can become.

Four basic vocal fundamentals;

  • Height In The Vocal Tract
  • Forward Placement
  • Tonal Intent
  • “All In One Flow”

You might not have seen them phrased in this way before, but EVERY single vocal technique, trick, tip and yes, every single method and approach throughout history has been teaching you to raise the soft palate, sing with forward placement, achieve the right tone and support the voice diaphragmatically.

Just FOUR simple things.

Now, you might start throwing Wikipedia references at me, or things you’ve heard YouTube gurus saying, like;

Open Throat – Yes, you need an open throat when you sing, and the “open” in open throat really refers to a pharyngeal vowel, which occurs when you raise the soft palate to create height in the vocal tract.

Twang, Nyah/Nay, Brightness – Yes, these drills, exercises and tonal intents all help you achieve forward placement by engagement of the AES, resonating within the sphenoid and ultimately resonating in the bones of the face to bring the voice out of the throat.

Surely you need Vowel Modification… – Of course! And the first step to modifying your vowels correctly is to raise your soft palate, creating height in the vocal tract.

But Appoggio… and Support! You need Support man!? – Sure do, and the result of diaphragmatic support is to allow you to sing all in one flow with a correct balance or airflow and air pressure; resulting in perfect vibration and resonance.

The list goes on; Mixed Voice, Formants, Compression, Articulation, Resonant Space – they ALL relate to one of these four basic but powerful vocal fundamentals.

Let me show you exactly how it works;

You’ve been searching high an low for the next advanced technique, the next secret, the next marketing term to help you become a powerhouse singer, but the answer has been in your own voice this whole time in the form of The Four Vocal Fundamentals.

So, now we’ve discussed The Four Vocal Fundamentals, where to from here?

If you’ve read this far, and you watched the video above – you must really be serious about this whole singing thing.

So I want to help you along by give you a little something extra to help you get started.

In fact, a whole LOT extra.

Something HUGE.

All my training materials, all in one place – for free.

#1 – Mastering The Art of Singing

This guide is amazing.

Seriously amazing.

There’s more technique, training, insight and knowledge in this one little guide than in many paid training courses – and I’m simply giving it to you for free.

#2 – Vocal Quick Start Guide

I get it, there’s a lot of techniques and concepts to learn all at once in the masters guide, so here’s a footnote summary of everything you need to do to get started today, and how to do it.

If you’re confused about how to get started, or you’re having trouble pulling the trigger on a vocal approach, this guide is now your go-to manual for how to become a better singer.

#3 – Vowel Modification Cheat Sheet

This is what you’ve been waiting for – but noone else is ever going to show you.

Modifying your vowels is the key to extending your range in full voice with no vocal breaks, no flipping to head voice, no weakness and no strain – so it makes sense that most vocal coaches keep this powerful information close to their chest and are quite careful about how and who they share this with.

And I’m going to show you exactly how to do it in this vowel modification cheat sheet – again, completely free.

#4 – Invitation to special Vowel Modification Q&A

Phew! You’re really getting the works here.

Along with the incredible training guides I’m sharing with you, I’m also going to go out on a limb and invite you to my special Vowel Modification Q&A Training Session.

If you’ve got questions about how to sing vowels correctly – this Q&A has the answers.

Add your details below to receive the Mastering The Art of Singing, Vowel Modification Cheat Sheet and Vocal Quick Start guides and an invitation to my special Vowel Modification Q&A Training Session.


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