Beginner at belting

Posted in Category Technique and Style
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    Gabrielle Szafranski 4 years ago

    So I’ve been wanting to learn how to belt for the longest time but I don’t have the time to go and physically talk to a vocal coach and I have more of a head voice than a chest voice so my voice isn’t as powerful. so I bought the yearly subscription of 30 Day singer and I was wondering:

    1: what tutorials should I do and what order should I do them to lead up to the belting tutorial.

    2: how long does it usually take a person to learn to belt? 

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    Camille espiritu 4 years ago

    Hi Gabrielle,

    Welcome to 30 Day Singer! Our lessons are ideal for beginners or those who want to get back into the run of things, so you're in the right place.

    1. We always recommend starting with the beginner course because it will teach you about healthy vocal technique, which will set you up for success when you build on your technique later on.

    Here is the beginner course I recommend before you jump into the belting tutorial.

    Here is the tutorial on belting.

    Make sure you are warming up before you practice; here are some daily warmups you can follow.


    2. Every singer has a different path, so there is no set time in which one could eventually learn to belt. With some patience and consistent practice, you could be belting in a few weeks or less, and if it takes longer, don't worry because you can get there eventually!

    Happy singing,


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    Jim Amato 4 years ago

    Gabrielle, Suggestion from someone has been snging for sometime now. I would urge to

    not jump right into belting if you are just coming back or are new. Work into it. They have alot of awesome beginner tutorials that will get you eventually on the right track to belting. 

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    NELLY NKATHA 4 years ago

    What is the meaning of Belting

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    Camille van Niekerk 4 years ago

    Hi Nelly, belting is a singing technique in which a singer carries their chest voice function beyond its natural break, into the range that would normally be "head voice". 

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