“What about traditional voice lessons?”
“Don’t I need someone to show me how to do it?”
Those who join the Singr program say that it’s like taking a private 1-on-1 with me. It’s like I virtually take your hand and guide you through the entire process. Of course, this is not a magic pill, you’re going to have to actually do the lessons, but everything is laid out so you will always know what to do, how to do it, and when to do it so that there is never any guesswork. You will always have peace of mind that you’re doing everything correctly.
You can try traditional voice lessons, but I had to pay upwards of $150 per month for two hours of content when I was first learning. Many times, I left feeling more frustrated than when I started. Depending on your coach, one intro lesson could cost you far more than the entire Singr program.
“Can I just learn for free on YouTube?”
Don’t get me wrong, I love YouTube and I love making videos, but it’s not an effective way to learn to sing. For my first two years of trying to learn to sing, I watched every YouTube video under the sun. I ended up wasting well over 100 hours and damaged my voice due to practicing the wrong way.
What’s your time worth? Even at $12 an hour, if you spend 15 hours surfing YouTube trying to piece together free lessons with little to no real vocal improvement, you’d save a ton of money (and multiple headaches) investing in a proven-to-work method like Singr.