As a music education platform, one of Singdaptive’s main goals is to educate singers on the benefits of singing. So far, we’ve helped thousands of singers on developing (and achieving) their singing goals. By using our 1-on-1 asynchronous coaching, on-demand lessons, podcasts, articles, and more to get to the next level, Singdaptive singers have been able to further understand the psychological, social, and physical benefits of singing.
Through curated research conducted by Choral Canada, we’ve uncovered singing helps:
We asked Singdaptive singers on what drives them to sing and here are the results!
All singers know other singers who are interested in singing together - 55% of them they believe would be very interested. But, if you ask singers about their non-singing friends, they say the majority would not be interested or only somewhat interested in singing together.
In Choral Canada’s curated research highlights of Benefits of Singing, 100% of singers believe they experience at least one benefit and 46% experience all 4. After speaking further with Singdaptive singers, we uncovered some specific areas they feel they need to improve.
Through research, Singdaptive uncovered that 83% of singers know 2 or more people who desire similar improvements in their life as they do. This means they desire to improve educational and psychological benefits the most. Further, 61% of singers know 3 or more friends that don’t sing who they believe would really enjoy singing if they started.
If there are such great benefits to singing—and singers are aware of these benefits and acknowledge they would suffer if they stopped singing— why don’t even more people sing? With 3.5 million Canadians and 43 million Americans in choirs, it’s no wonder people are shocked to hear the large amount of people singing. But 100% of those populations have voices and are capable of singing.
The highest ranked reason? “I’ll sound bad.” Ranking much lower is having a bad experience or not liking singing. Singdaptive asked what could be effective ways to get people to start singing and “Singing together with someone” and "Singing in a Choir" ranked the highest.
By further educating and communicating the #BenefitsOfSinging, it could help get everyone singing.
Reading articles, watching YouTube videos or taking an online course are things singers do when they want to improve at singing.
The most important thing you can do to accomplish your singing goals is to get feedback and advice from singers who have worked with hundreds of singers just like you.
You can start a free trial right now that gets you personal feedback from vocal coaches. You don’t have to make an appointment or get Zoom working. You’ll send video clips and you’ll get videos back from the Singdaptive team.
Try it out today.
The Singdaptive Team feature a collection of contributions of thoughts from Singdaptive founders, instructors and currated vocal experts.
Johnny Bulford & Heidi Raye
Janine Le Clair
Gregory A. Barker