To learn to sing properly, it is very important to determine your vocal range voice (baritone, tenor, soprano, bass, etc.). It largely depends on the shape and size of your larynx. You can learn to use it as efficiently as possible, making very clear sound, but to change her shape and size you will not succeed. Understanding what vocal range you possess, you will learn which notes you can take and which can not, for objective reasons.
The more you know about the structure of your body, namely those parts that are directly involved in the process of singing, the better you will sing. Place your hand just below the collarbone. Take a few deep breaths and feel how your lungs rise when inhaling and fall when exhaling. Take a deep breath and raise your hand until, until you find the location of the maximum lift of the chest. At this point you can participate discomfort in the abdominal area. This happens due to the pressure that the diaphragm have on everything below your rib cage.
The position of the body
Correct singing begins with proper body position. Stand up straight, shoulders pull back a bit, spread the legs shoulder-width apart. One leg should be extended forward a little. This ensures proper breathing and allows the maximum use of lung capacity.
If you want to sing while sitting, keep your posture and do not cross your legs, feet need to be completely on the floor.
Singing is 80% the result of breathing, so it is very important to breathe correctly. Try to inhale and exhale to maximize the use of your stomach. In order to accustom yourself to this breath, complete the following exercise: lie on the floor and put a stack of books on your stomach, sing it in a normal pace so that the stack of books rose and fell with each inhalation and exhalation.
If you use only light, you will notice that you are very hard to reach those high notes.
Practice singing scales as often as possible (20-30 minutes a day), it will help you to significantly improve the sound of your voice and strengthen the muscles involved in singing. At the first class accompaniest himself on the piano, then gradually start to cycle through notes without the aid of musical instruments.
If you want to sing professionally, it is advisable to take lessons from a private tutor. The wrong training can only spoil your efforts. If you are not able to take private lessons, try to join local Amateur ensembles. As a rule, these associations also give good lessons.