Even though you can be shown the right steps to sing, you're going to need to practice it to be good at it, just as you would play a sport to be good at it. And be sure to record yourself. It's one of those contradictory things. If it turns out that you have many advantages that make singing quite natural, such as a good ear, a lot of musical exposure as a child, and a good sense of your own voice and body, then it may seem easy to learn to sing without formal instruction.
Because a fundamental part of learning to sing involves working on the posture and shape of the mouth. Without a vocal coach, you don't always know if you have the right posture and mouth shape, but a full-length mirror can help you see for yourself what your body and mouth posture looks like when you sing. Do exercises to loosen the jaws, lips, and tongue. It is also important to stretch the other muscles in the body.
It warms the arms and legs. Stretch your shoulder and back muscles. Anything you can do to make your whole body feel loose and comfortable when you're singing will shine through your performance. A tight and uncomfortable performer will offer a tight and uncomfortable performance.
Don't let this be your undoing. You should also try to make friends with people who sing (choir or theater people, for example) because they can give you good advice on technique and they won't charge you lol. Place your hand on the back of your head and sing a very high note in a vowel “ooh” as in “ups”. It will also determine your vocal range and tessitura (the range of notes you can produce without too much difficulty).
Training your vocal cords and sticking to them comes after you have gained self-confidence and realize the fact that anyone can have a good singing voice if they strive at it. Find a comfortable note at the bottom of your voice (try C3 for boys and G3 for girls) and sing the spoiled “Nae” on that note. Like language, typing, and playing a musical instrument, singing is a skill that anyone can learn and develop. Thank you very much, now I can feel a little more power in my voice, I have been singing falsetes as the main voice ???? I didn't feel any vibration on the back of my neck ???? Thank you very much ????.
So, if you're having trouble with this, singing with a loud voice in your chest is a good place to start. Conversely, if you lose control of your breath while singing, you lose power and control over your voice. They provide valuable guidance and can help you break any bad habits you develop from not having vocal experience. Similarly, you shouldn't expect to go on stage and sing well, if you haven't practiced and trained.
When you vocalize, utterance is important and each vocal coach will tell their students to look in the mirror when they sing to avoid taking wrong notes. I keep suggesting that you take professional singing lessons when you have the money, since that is what will make you a great singer, and maybe even a famous singer in the long run. He learned to sing on his own in Modena opera choirs and only really began his career at the age of 26 after spending a year as a teacher. If you're comfortable singing, because you do it every day and it's part of your routine, you'll feel much more comfortable when it's time to sing in front of the audience.
Over time, you'll want to learn to alternate between these voices from one moment to another, depending on your mood suits you, uniting a whole tapestry of emotions into a single performance.