1. Figure out what kind of singer you want to be. What kind of music do you like? Pop? Rock? Country? Keep in mind that you have to be able to sing and sound good while singing that genre.

2. Find practice songs. Choose a few songs that you enjoy and can sing good. Practice those ones often.

3. Relax your mouth - Singers can't be tense. Let your jaw drop and remain slack. Let your tongue fall forward in your mouth and rest, flat, against your front teeth. Don't move it too much when you are pronouncing words, and don't try to use your jaw to control pronunciation or volume. Stay loose and relaxed, with everything falling forward.

4. When singing, feel like you are always on the edge of a yawn - this will create the correct tone in your voice. It will feel weird, and probably sound weird at first, but that's how the professionals do it. Make yourself yawn, and then talk in a "sing-song" voice. This is how you will feel and sound (sort of) when you have the correct tone to your voice.

5. Posture is very important for singers. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart (some singers put one foot slightly in front of the other). Your shoulders should be relaxed and down. Your body should be loose - not tense, but not hunched over, either.

6. Breathing is also very important. Always take a deep breath from your stomach, NEVER your chest. A low breath will push your diaphragm down and help you control your air. The idea is to have enough air to sustain a phrase. You will learn how to control your air as you sing. Don't let too much of it out at once or your tone will sound breathy. Always practice taking a deep breath from low in your stomach, and learn to control from there. Take a deep breath, then try pretending you're blowing through a straw. This will help you develop breath control. If you're not sure where you're breathing from, lay down on the floor and place a folder or notebook on your stomach. It should rise as you breathe - your chest should not. When you're standing, your shoulders should remain down when you breathe.

7. To create vibrato, you must keep your jaw very relaxed and dropped, and allow the vibrato to develop naturally. If you clench your jaw or try to force vibrato, it won't happen. You will feel vibrations in your throat, around where your tonsils are when you begin to develop vibrato.

8. Practice a lot. You will begin to notice where each pitch lies in your voice, and how your throat and mouth feel when you hit that pitch. Use this to memorize where specific pitches are, which will improve your accuracy.

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Some good info but what about warming up, singing exercises to release tension, where should the larynx be, soft palette positioning, strenghening the voice...etc. There's quite a bit to singing, for some people it comes quite easy and they dont need to learn much technical aspect, this is quite rare though.

You say practice alot, which I agree to an extent, but one should be careful, usually newbies use improper technique, they can end up damaging there voice if they practice singing 'smells like teen spirit" for 2 hours a day. I say practice alot but start out small, then build your voice up, then one can start singing songs.

And putting ads on here is pretty frowned upon, just a heads up.
Two things...

1. I'm going to disagree with the drop your jaw advice. Yeah, everyone says it, but it is ill-founded. Consider this... when you do drop your jaw, where do you feel tension? In your throat! Isn't that the last place you want to feel tension? Yes.

2. What is the purpose of the website you have linked to? I see that you have ad space on the site, which suggests to me that, the more traffic you get to your site, the more people click on the ads, and the more you get paid. Can you remove the advertising from your site? If you can, I have no issues with you promoting it as a "resource", but as it is, this really seems to be a "I'm promoting my website" post.

Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

Chris is the king of relating music things to other objects in real life.