“The truth is, you don’t have to be born with it,” Alexander said, “anyone can learn to sing. But, why don’t they? It’s simple. Most people try to learn with random videos that don’t really fit what they need so it doesn’t really work.
You spend all your time trying to find good videos and even the best ones don’t give you step by step training on how to actually become a better singer.”
“If you’re looking for an easy way to become a confident singer, check out 30 Day Singer dot com,” he continues. “30 Day Singer dot com teaches with step by step fun video lessons which are all connected so you always know where to go next
. Beginners will start with the basics, like warming up your voice, proper breath control, and extending your range so you can hit more notes.”
“And, if you’re more experienced, you can learn things like belting, tone, vibrato, phrasing, singing like your favorite artists, how to perform for others, and so much more.” Alexander assures us each lesson inside 30 Day Singer is user-friendly. You’ll always know what to do and what pace to go at. Best of all, the course is designed to get you results fast.
30 Day Singer guarantees you’ll notice a dramatic improvement in your singing voice within the first month; if not, request a refund and get your money back.
“Trust me, if you follow along with the videos, you’ll be amazed at how you sound,” Alexander says, “even after a few weeks. No matter who you are, being able to sing is such an incredible joy. And anyone can do it.”
So how much does 30 Day Singer cost? At the time of writing this review, if you go to 30DaySinger.com/YouTube, you can register for a free 14 day trial. From there, they have three plans. Basic is free and lets you preview lessons.
Monthly is just what it sounds like: you’ll pay $29.95 per month for full access to everything. Annual unlocks four free bonus gifts and saves you $230 per year; it costs $129 every 12 months. Use coupon code SAVE20 to get 20% off your first payment.
Cancel anytime. Satisfaction guaranteed for 30 days. Inside, you can book 1-on-1 lessons. The cost is $55 for 30 minutes or $105 for 60 minutes.
Feedback for the program has been overwhelmingly positive. I looked through independent blogs and Reddit threads, watched before-and-after YouTube videos, and read the testimonials on the 30 Day Singer website. All solid. The were only three small complaints that kept coming up.
One, you can’t download the lessons, so you’re forced to keep paying for ongoing access. (Probably smart on their part, right?) Two, there’s no genre-specific training. And three, unlike with in-person singing lessons, no one’s forcing you to show up and give it your best. To benefit, you need to be self-driven. Some good things to think about.