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Bathroom singing

Published on 9/6/2017
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Bathroom singing

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Bathroom singing, also known as singing in the bathroomsinging in the bath, or singing in the shower, is a widespread phenomenon.

Many people sing in the bathroom because the hard wall surfaces, often tiles or wooden panels, and lack of soft furnishings, create an aurally pleasing acoustic environment. The multiple reflections from walls enrich the sound of one's voice. Small dimensions and hard surfaces of a typical bathroom produce various kinds of standing wavesreverberation and echoes, giving the voice "fullness and depth."

This habit was reported (with an attempt of explanations) centuries ago. For example, Ibn Khaldun in Chapter 1 of his Muqaddimah writes:

Likewise, when those who enjoy a hot bath inhale the air of the bath, so that the heat of the air enters their spirits and makes them hot, they are found to experience joy. It often happens that they start singing, as singing has its origin in gladness.

The bathroom singer is an ironic reference to mediocre or amateur singers.

Jon Anderson had tiles installed in the studio, to simulate the echo effect of one's vocals in a bathroom.

This effect was not used only by singers. Paul Simon wrote:

The main thing about playing the guitar, though, was that I was able to sit by myself and play and dream. And I was always happy doing that. I used to go off in the bathroom, because the bathroom had tiles, so it was a slight echo chamber. I'd turn on the faucet so that water would run – I like that sound, it's very soothing to me – and I'd play. In the dark. 'Hello darkness, my old friend / I've come to talk with you again.

"Weird Al" Yankovic in fact in 1979 recorded his first single, "My Bologna," in the bathroom across from the California Polytechnic State University student radio station where he was DJing at the time.[citation needed] "There's More to Life Than This", the fourth track on Björk's 1993 album Debut, was recorded live in the toilets of the Milk Bar clubnight, London.


I don't know about you but I love to sing. But the question is, "Can anybody sing?" Well the resounding answer to that question is simply, "Yes!"

It might surprise you to hear that only 1% of the general population is tone deaf. That means that most people can tell the difference between different notes. And that means that even if you can sing a song, that as long as you are not tone deaf, then you can improve your singing. This also means that virtually everyone can learn to sing and learn to improve their singing.

You will need time to practice and be patient with your practicing

The important point to remember is that it takes time to learn to sing. However you can learn. You will firstly need to boost your confidence and combat any psychological barriers that you had about singing. Once you are confident with your voice, you will relax more and will be able practice your singing and maybe will be able to sing in front of people.

Remember that it takes time to learn to sing. Your vocal chords are like a muscle. You need to exercise your vocal chords and over time, your singing will get better. If you practice singing for a short time each day, then you will see improvements in your voice over time.

Try to work out your range

You will need to work out what your range is. Just because you can't sing higher than a certain note or cannot sing below a certain note does not mean that you cannot sing. Everybody has different ranges in their singing. Just by singing to different songs, you will be able to work out what your range is. Once you have worked out your range, choose songs that sing in this range and these are the songs that you can sing to confidently. But also remember that with practice everyday, it is possible to break through that range and maybe increase it. All you need though is practice and dedication to singing frequently.


Maybe you will find vocal coaching helpful

It may benefit you to have vocal training. If you find a good course, then you will learn all the techniques such as how to pronounce your words when singing or how to breathe and ultimately how to control your vocal chords. If you are serious about learning to sing, then it is recommended that you get proper training. Having vocal instruction can help you to improve your singing without ruining your voice or throat.

But if you do not want a vocal coach or do not have the funds to pay for a vocal coach then don't despair because there is so much information about singing on the internet.

So in answer to your question, "Can anybody sing?" there is hope for you! Almost anyone will have the ability to learn to sing. And the ways to improve your singing is time and dedicated practice.

I hope this article will give you more confidence in your singing. The above steps sound simple enough and they can really help you to discover what kind of singer you are.

Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song 






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