Choose songs or artist that you enjoy and are easy for you to sing along to.
Practice singing along with the original recording to see if you can reach all the notes.
Listen and learn where the music and main vocal starts, stops and the instrumental break begins and ends.
Think about where you need to breathe! Usually before each sentence – if you speak the words through then take note of the places where you naturally take a breath.
Record yourself for later review.
Practice in front of a mirror so you can see what you look like when singing, try not to make any faces and just relax. Simile as often as you can.
Rehearse the song until you know the words and the melody line by heart. Although knowing the words is not necessary when using the karaoke screens, it helps you sing better when you know the song well.
Drink plain water (without ice) before you sing, it helps to lubricate your throat and vocal chords plus prevent them from becoming dehydrated.
Sing normally, don’t shout, the microphone is sensitive enough to pick up your voice and can be adjusted to provide more actuation.
Smile often, it will be reflected in your voice.
Most importantly you will be providing entertainment, enjoying yourself & having fun with everyone around.
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