Digital Pianos for Singers
If you are thinking of taking up singing lessons then you might want to consider getting yourself a digital piano. This might sound strange to some people but a piano is actually an important tool for professional singers everywhere.
The most important part of any singer’s practise session should be their warm up. There is absolutely no question of this and if you’re not warming up at the start of your singing practise then you are not doing it right! For any vocal warm up, a piano is always going to make your life a lot easier. It is standard to keep tabs on where the top and bottom notes of your range lie as a singer. If you do not have a piano to hand then this can be a bit of a faff. Of course you can use a tuner app, a recorder, or even a pitch pipe, but a piano simplifies things a lot!
Singing Practise Made Easy
Even if you are not a pianist, a few well placed simple chords can do wonders to accompany your warm up exercise. Many digital pianos such as the Chase P65 electronic piano actually come with a function where you don’t even have to know how to play a chord. All you need to do is play one note, and the electric piano does the rest of the hard work for you. This feature can also come in use when singing whole pieces of music. If you don’t have an accompanist but still want an idea of the backing then you can use this feature to your advantage!
If you are a competent pianist then your piano will your best friend as a singer. You will be able to accompany yourself and get a better feel for the music you are singing.
Digital Pianos for Singers from Chase Direct
If you would like to purchase a digital piano then there are many different models available to buy from Chase Direct. A digital piano is a wonderful option as it can be portable and offers all of the features and functions that singers could need. Head over to the Chase Direct website to place your digital piano order today! If you have any questions or queries as to which piano would suit you best then do not hesitate to give the piano team a call.