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  • How to Sing 2020 Edition

  • A Complete Guide That Teaches You the Secrets to Sing in Tune. Improve Your Vocal Techniques and Your Singing Skills Even If You Have 0 Experience
  • By: Barry Mitchell
  • Narrated by: Leigh Ann Haga, Nick ZH
  • Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Art

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How to Sing 2020 Edition: A Complete Guide That Teaches You the Secrets to Sing in Tune. Improve Your Vocal Techniques and Your Singing Skills Even If You Have 0 Experience

In this audiobook, the author teaches you everything you need to know to improve your vocal techniques. If you want to know the types of voices and how to control your high notes then How to Sing 2020 Edition is the perfect audiobook for you. 

Here it is what you will find inside:  

  • How to sing in public 
  • What are the techniques to sing well 
  • How to manage your high notes 
  • Differences between head and chest voices
  • And much more!  

Don't lose time anymore! Get this audiobook now!

©2020 Barry Mitchell (P)2020 Barry Mitchell

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  • Bradley Anthony
  • 29-04-2021

Do not waist your time.

This book is the equivalent of click bait on YouTube or junk mail. What a joke. Full of copy and paste sentences and the author never gets to the point. The beginning of the book starts out with the theory. You think the theory of the book would be about singing. Neh! the author talked about producers and other non related things to learning to sing. This book is filled with "if you want to know the secret to singing then keep reading" and then they never get to the point. Do not waste your time or money on this garbage scumbag author.

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  • P.
  • 09-09-2020

Justin Bybber? Don't be fooled by the ratings!

After wasting 5 hours, I still have no idea how this audio book obtained such high ratings.

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  • mark doughty
  • 14-05-2020

Might be good, but...

The narration is HORRIBLE.

The cadence and speed of the female narrator (as it is mentioned that there are 2 narrators) makes this unlistenable.

If there is valuable information in this book, I'll have to check out a physical copy to find it.

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  • Somethingcreative
  • 21-07-2021

WTF?!

This offers absolutely no advice or practical information on how to sing! The five star reviews have got to be fake!

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  • zelda
  • 08-11-2020

boring

where were the how to sing lessons? struggled to finish this should not be titled how to sing, it should be titled hisrtory of singing.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 25-06-2021

I may look for another one

Wow, the narrator will put you to sleep. Not entirely sure what the first chapter has to do with the title and supposed subject matter, and its over an hour long. Its not an easy listen. Im far from done and not sure I will finish this one. My opinion, waaaay to much extraneous information without getting to the point. I didn't get this book for an anthropological history of music and singing; I just wanted some help improving my singing voice. So far I have not found much of that help here.

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  • david ryan
  • 25-05-2021

it's so bad. boring, not engaging,. awful

it's so bad. boring, not engag
ing,. awful. there's more definably tone in my review than in this book.

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  • Songbirdmama
  • 22-01-2021

What the heck?

I don’t know what this book is but it’s not about how to sing in any way shape or form.

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  • Lisa
  • 27-12-2020

What a horrible waste of time and money.

Completely misleading title. There is almost no info in here about how to sing. It goes into general ramblings about such things as how to select a producer and what notes different types of singers sing in such as tenors and sopranos. It repeats the same general things over and over again. Can't tell you how many times I heard, "Join a gym but check with a doctor before starting an exercise regime. Drink a lot of water." It goes on about all the benefits of singing. Seeing as how we all bought a book about how to sing we probably don't need to be sold on the benefits of singing. The writing is atrocious. For example, it uses the term "orderly singing" as if that is a term that means anything. I wondered if I was too much of a newbie to know its meaning so I googled it. The only things that came up were articles about a singing orderly, as in someone who works in a hospital and sings. After a while you will get sick of hearing the phrase "be that as it may" used over and over again. Finally, the reader uses this sing song style of talking with the voice rising and then falling over and over again which grows annoying. All of the positive reviews on here must be friends of the writer. I've never been angry about buying a book before. I feel like I was completely lied to about what I was going to get. I'd give zero stars if it was possible.

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  • Carol Rogers
  • 24-02-2020

Great practical advice!

You might think that every audio-book about learning to sing is equally wonderful, or equally lame. But this slim volume, straightforward as it is, is based on vocal science and long experience, and gives practical suggestions for ways to build the muscles and coordination to sing better in any style.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-03-2020

Nothing at Al to do with singing lessons. Rip off

Don't buy if you want to know how to sign. It's just someone rabbiting for the sake of it. I was so annoyed I couldn't get a recund

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  • Colin Waring
  • 26-08-2020

Not for me

Straight off the bat, I found the narration hard to follow. It was like listening to captain kirk talk in places with random pauses in the middle of sentences.

The book starts with an entire hour long chapter talking about different types of producers. It isn't until several chapters in where something useful finally crops up. There is a discussion about posture however it lacks any useful physiology past a basic description of how to stand straight.

There are places where the same thing is repeated. The second time spoken better so maybe an editing issue?

I tried and tried but found everything so long winded and drawn out that I really didn't learn anything and instead switch to practicing along to some music using common sense.

The last audio books I had on project management were more involving than this and that's saying something!

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  • Diarmuid
  • 05-08-2020

Waste of time

Painfully boring and does not even have exercises to practice in order to improve your voice.

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  • michael
  • 01-08-2021

talking that's all

if you thought like I did that this was to teach you about how to sing ie practice and lessons then think again.

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  • djog
  • 18-05-2021

Must be the wrong book

Nothing to do with singing.
Trade Descriptions Act.
Perhaps this is Music Producers book

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  • Jan Redwood
  • 25-04-2021

Too monotone

The voice was monotone and made listening boring and unexciting. I didn't learn anything to help. Total waste of a credit.

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  • Duncan Nelson
  • 16-03-2021

did not enjoy waste of time

the speakers voice is boring and slow. this book is more about singing history, hardly touches on singing techniques would not recommend

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