For most beginners who want to practice more, doing it at home is the best option.

It might not necessarily have to be at your actual home, but what I’m getting at here is that you don’t need an actual singing coach or school to practice singing.

You don’t need to travel to singing lessons to practice. If you’re a beginner, you can do it all at home.

You Need a Bunch of Vocal Exercises

The best way for beginners to practice is with a set of vocal exercises.

Unfortunately you can’t just Google “Vocal Exercises” and find the perfect list to follow. My best advice for beginners is to join a program that literally gives you a step by step guide on practicing through specific exercises and techniques.

There’s one program I recommend most, and below is a short behind the scenes video of the members area. (This video was made for subscribers to a specific email list):

If You’re a Beginner,
You Should Be Practicing With This Program

Read my full review of Superior Singing Method. Click here.

The Best Way to Practice

Programs like this are truly the best way to practice.

You literally log in, choose the Module you're currently at, and follow along. You have a singing coach at your fingertips, 24/7.

This way you can create a proper practicing schedule that works for you. Every night at 8pm, log in and get your practice on. It's the absolute most convenient way to practice singing at home.

Not only is it convenient, but it's also extremely helpful, as you progress through the course. There will come a time when you practice a singing technique so much, that you've mastered it and need to move on. With this system, everything is outlined for you.

How Often Should You Practice?

There's really no clear answer to this.

More practice is better, but you'll need to give your voice a break at some point.

Again, if you follow a proper course, they're usually set up to be completed over an 8 week timeframe. Some courses might be different, however the one I recommend above is usually completed in 8 weeks.

So not only do you practice the right exercises and techniques, but you practice over a proper timeframe. You can't radically improve your voice in 1 day. It takes time and practice, but following a guide will eliminate all these questions you might be worrying about.

Bottom line, practice more, but practice the right stuff. Check my recommendation above.

Tyler S
Tyler S

I'm Tyler, the webmaster here at My passion is music, and my job is to supply reviews and articles about all the different ways you can learn and produce music online. I hope you find this website helpful.