Free Online Singing Lessons for Beginners!
IMPORTANT: I am taking a break for coaching right now and don’t know if or when I’ll return. All courses, free and premium, are currently unavailable.
It's like having gone from horse and buggy to an exotic sports car. I'll never go back to regular vocal exercises again. Plus, the added health benefits are incredible.
Joe Naab, Creator of the HypoSiren
Students of the free course are fully supported with online group coaching (Zoom), plus a discussion area, as well as prompt email support.
Learn the HypoSiren in 5 Sessions
COURSE 1: PROTOSTAR LEVEL
Air Power and Siren Training
With each session you receive a prompt-driven, guided workout video so you can practice at home.
There are six siren workouts, one for each of six voice types: bass, baritone, tenor, mezzo-soprano and soprano.
This is a complete course. You leave with two excellent workouts, one silent and one vocal, plus extra training resources.
COURSE 1: AIR POWER AND SIRENS (FREE)
What'll You'll Receive
Works Across All Devices
Works on desktop, tablets and mobile. Synched app coming soon!
Backed by Science
Possibly the most scientifically-backed vocal exercise ever created.
Regular Group Zoom Calls
Group coaching calls available at both the free and premium level for a limited time.
Quick response via email, chat, messaging plus a growing knowledgebase.
Enjoy community features,— activity feeds, messaging, notifications, and more.
App Coming Soon!
iOS and Android apps, fully synched with desktop version, planned for 2024.
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Meet the Creator
Joe Naab is an avid singer passionate about vocal development. He loves to help others improve their singing.
- 10 years immersive studies in vocal development.
- Low Pressure Fitness Personal Trainer – Level 1.
- 5 years private vocal studies at Florianópolis Chamber Orchestra school of music.
- Has studied Bel Canto, Speech Level Singing, Singing Success, Complete Vocal Technique, Estill, KTVA and others.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, it’s not. I wish I could coach for free, but I can’t.
Sessions 3 through 5, which contain the hypopressive exercises, the oral-facial re-education exercises, and the final HypoSiren exercise and workout, are included in the premium course.
I have kept the price very low relative to online courses from other coaches, even though the exercise and workout are much more effective.
Yes to all of the above. The HypoSiren works at the foundational level of sound making to improve all aspects of singing.
Qualities of tone, Mix, belting, metal/twang, vibrato, strong high notes, etc., improve quickly without having to think about them.
Just keep up with your training and these new qualities will come pouring into your voice.
Yes and no. A couple of students have asked me to teach them the HypoSiren exercise in private lessons, and I have agreed. You can contact me if you’re interested in private lessons.
My focus is on completing and enhancing the courses and the community, then getting the iOS and Android app created. I also need to get the word out.
There are already group coaching sessions via Zoom included for now with both the free Air Power and Sirens course and the HypoSiren for Range and Resonance course.
Short answer,— Yes and No.
If you can’t take private lessons for some reason, these courses are a great and affordable alternative. They also work well to prepare you for private lessons that you might take in the future.
A great use of my courses are to supplement private lessons you are already taking, to learn a new approach to training your voice at home so you can improve faster and sing better sooner.
FOR GENERAL QUESTIONS AT THE MAIN SITE
Send me a message through the Contact page and I’ll be sure to respond.
FOR FREE AND PREMIUM STUDENTS OF THE ONLINE COURSES
Once enrollment begins again there will be a Help Desk and Knowledgebase for all students. There will be group coaching calls, primarily for premium level students, and occasionally for free students, too. I’ll have student discussion forums for premium level students.
Free Singing Lessons - Are They Worth the Time?
Free online singing lesson can be a great way to add to your singing knowledge if you’re careful.
There are a number of risks, especially for beginning singers:
- You could be studying free lessons from someone who doesn’t sing well without knowing it. Not all voice coaches are good singers. Many are only piano teachers!
- If you’re studying from several coaches you could get a lot of confusing information.
- Even good lessons and tips for some coaches might not be good for you. It depends on your goals and the style of music you like to sing.
- You might think that if you have to pay for something, it will cost thousands of dollars for private lessons. However, you can learn so much from low cost online courses and lessons, sometimes for the cost of a single private lesson.
Be careful who you study from. Sometimes “free” is more costly than you think!
Are Online Singing Lessons Inferior to Private Voice Lessons?
No, no, no! Not at all. Sure, private lesson voice coaches who don’t offer online eLearning singing courses might say this. It’s no longer true in the 21st century.
There are so many affordable ways to learn how to sing:
- Books from the best best voice coaches and singers in history.
- Free online courses, lessons, tips, articles, etc. from teachers you have vetted for quality. Make sure they sing. It helps if they’ve gone from a bad singer to good singer. It’s also important that they teach well.
- I learned more about singing technique from reading a single PhD dissertation than I learned from taking 100 private lessons for $5,000 from the wrong teacher and the wrong teaching method when I was younger.
- Online voice lessons in eLearning format. I’m certain that my courses plus the student forums, group coaching calls, pdf handouts, vocal scales on mp3, etc. can help most students more than taking singing lessons with the average voice coach.
I suggest you take a multi-faceted approach. Grow your knowledge and basic training skills as intelligently and affordably as possible before you dive into expensive private lessons. You’ll be less likely to make a mistake in choosing your coach.