Frequently Asked Questions
To make your voice better and sing like a pro, you must make it a habit to read aloud, sing ‘Do Re Mi’ or the ‘Sargam’- ‘Sa Re Ga Ma…’ up and down the scales; practice for at least 30 minutes a day, stand in front of the mirror while singing to check your posture and body language, strengthen your diaphragm by making yoga and breathing exercises a part of your routine. Warming up before singing is important to ensure you don’t strain your voice.
The time you will take to learn vocal music depends on your vocal ability, understanding of music, breath control, lung power and hours of sincere practice. However, if you take training from a professional, you can learn the basics of singing in 8-12 months. Performing like an expert entirely depends on your effort and dedication.
Vocal music has a wide scope. You can pursue a degree/diploma in vocal music. After completion of the course, you can apply for a job in the music industry, films, production houses, TV channels, advertisement companies etc. You can also apply for the post of a music teacher in colleges and universities, or open your own music centre.
The most popular career options are:
- Music composer
- Singer (vocalist)
- Music producer
- Club DJ
- Background singer, etc
There are some online programs organised by certain vocal music institutes. To find the institute that best suits your needs and requirements, you can visit Pro Tutor.