Jossy show – Interview with Adey drama actor Abel and Yegna Choir. First of all, sing as much as you possibly can. The only way that you’ll get better at your singing is if you are continually practicing to make it better, so singing as much as you can is important. You need to train your muscles to match pitch correctly and learn how to blend when singing with others. Some easy ways you can do this are to join a local church choir, participate in community musical theater productions, or even find a local singing group to join if you’re able. Though these activities aren’t specific for singing a capella, they will still provide significant training for your vocal skills. You’ll learn how to listen to others when singing, and work on other aspects including your pitch, tone, rhythm, and intonation on a daily or weekly basis. Keep in mind that warming up your voice is an essential exercise before singing, so don’t forget to do this every day as well. Work with a local music teacher, or take some voice lessons from someone who can introduce you to learning music theory. As a singer, you should already have an idea of theory terms like voice leading, scales, key signatures, and vocal timbre. The theory should be helping you to expand your horizons and learn more in-depth musical knowledge. Soak in as much information about theory as you can, especially anything in regard to singing a capella. Learn the chords and intervals, and apply them to your singing endeavors. It may even help you to apply new and innovative music techniques such as Throga (throat yoga) to further your singing knowledge and ability.