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Whether it's been your lifelong dream to have a beautiful voice, or you want to impress your friends in the choir, or you think American Idol is in your future, your singing voice won't improve on it's own. Traditionally, the few people that could afford it would hire expensive voice coaches to improve their voice, pitch, and breathing. After hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars, they would usually emerge with a better singing voice.

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Thankfully, other methods of learning how to sing are now available that are both flexible to your schedule and much more affordable. On the internet today you can find companies that will provide DVD's, CD's, downloaded instructions, or training videos that can be effective in teaching anyone to sing. In addition to being much less expensive than traditional voice coaches, these products let you practice and learn at any time of the day, at your own schedule and pace.

However, not all singing lessons are the same. Before you purchase the first singing lesson package that you find, you need to consider some important aspects of singing lesson programs:

  • Quality. Who's selling the singing lessons and what will you receive? If you're expected to learn from downloaded instructions, but don't have convenient access to a computer, that's important to know.
  • Cost. How much will you have to pay for your singing lesson instructions? How does this cost compare other singing lesson providers?
  • Return policy. If you receive your downloaded instructions or DVD's in the mail and a problem exists will you get your money back? has reviewed and ranked the best singing lessons available today. We hope these reviews help you train your voice to be a beautiful musical instrument!

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Singing Lesson Reviews

5 stars
Brett Manning's Singing Success

BRETT MANNING'S SINGING Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Brett Manning's Singing Success is a well organized, logical approach to teaching everyone from the beginner to the advanced singer how to improve their voice. With quality CD's, a workbook, and a DVD we were impressed with the product and the training approach. The product is both effective and fun, and earns our highest rating. Read More... Visit

4 stars
Sing and See


Sing and See is technology used to improve your voice through measurement that you can visualize on your computer screen. Priced inexpensively, Sing and See is a nice tool for those looking to improve their singing ability but that are willing to buy additional equipment to make that happen. Read More... Visit

3.5 stars
5 Point Singing System


The 5 Point Singing System is the creation of Angela Kelman, lead singer of Farmer’s Daughter. This is a program geared towards the beginner and comes with a decent return policy. Their website lacks some of the professionalism and customer friendliness that we expect when shopping online. Read More... Visit

3 stars
Easy Singing Lessons


Easy Singing Lessons is a well organized downloadable training used to teach the beginner to advanced singer. Background of the developer is unknown and the training overall was less interactive than those higher ranked. Read More... Visit

2.5 stars
Middle Voice Method


Middle Voice Method turns on the sales pitch and lacks information regarding the creators and specific product information. While priced inexpensively that didn't make-up for the issues regarding authenticity and professionalism. Read More... Visit

2 stars


Singorama promises big results and charges an arm and a leg for this downloaded training package. Overall, the website was unprofessional, the customer service team was non existent, and the training was only average. Read More... Visit

DADDY LONG LEGS Competition Winner Performs at Davenport Theatre Tonight

Una Morrison is 18 years old and has been taking acting and singing lessons from the age of 6. Una is studying performing arts at her local school and would like to go on to University to put the steps in place to pursue a career in musical theatre.

Published:  Tue, 03 May 2016 09:10:00 GMT

Simon Bailey: "˜Playing amazing roles like Enjolras or Raul isn't something I take for granted'

Did you always want to take on big West End roles? I didn't go to drama school and never had singing lessons, so I learnt by doing it. I loved performing at school but I was painfully shy - my first role was a solo but I was too terrified, so they got ...

Published:  Mon, 02 May 2016 23:00:00 GMT

Cold Feet's Hermione Norris: I wish I could sing like Adele

It would be the most amazing feeling to open your mouth and for wonderful sounds to emerge. I had singing lessons at drama school and really should have continued. Maybe one day I will. The best thing my parents taught me was... to always try your best.

Published:  Tue, 03 May 2016 04:00:00 GMT

8 times you can spot Liverpool in Florence Foster Jenkins

About 20 minutes into the film, sensitive pianist Cosme (Helberg) is hired to play for Florence's singing lessons. He walks out into an exciting, bustling New York street scene - in reality, Water Street between the Cunard and Royal Liver Buildings.

Published:  Sun, 01 May 2016 17:00:00 GMT

Book review: Prosperity Drive

Trish is not the only character inflicting hurt on others; Ruth Deneiffe has grown up embittered; a teacher with few friends, she was once considered a prodigy, and sent to expensive singing lessons; but through jealousy, and an act of omission ...

Published:  Fri, 29 Apr 2016 18:15:00 GMT




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