If I'm 16 years old and I hate my singing voice because it doesn't sound too good and I can't reach higher notes, can I become a decent and bearable singer with proper singing lessons (which I've started) and 30 minutes each day (at least) of practice given to me by the vocal coach? Sometimes I can sound good and I have had to sing I front of my school and I was told I sounded really good or amazing even but then if I record myself and try singing a song I just lose it and it sounds horrible. Is it possible to become the fluent and awesome sounding singer I hope for even if it takes me years?
Being decent at singing is an appreciable manner and many singers do not have that quality. To gain such height complete mediation is the basic necessity as it makes vocal chords calm and sweet. Besides that it is very important to be trained by an expert professional to be more decent in singing.
What is commendable is that there is something you really are passionate about (singing) and that in order to try and reach your goals, you are taking the steps of taking singing lessons and not only that, but also practicing 30 minutes a day and willing to commit to a long time! By going to a well qualified singing teacher, that is a great first step to get feedback about the potential in your voice. For sure there are many exercises and techniques that can increase a singer's range. Recording yourself is actually a good tool for listening to yourself and seeing where you are doing well and where you could improve. Perhaps you can ask your teacher to listen to the recording if it is really different from how you sing in your lessons. I have founded my singing coaches to be very valuable for helping me grow in my singing voice, as well as identifying what I realistically am best at. Singing success seems to be in my opinion a combination of natural ability and training and practice. Feel free to ask me more and you can get a taste of what I mean at my site if you wish www.IngridMapsonMusic.com. Good luck!