When it comes to the gym, a 30-minute workout done several days a week will train and condition the body more effectively than a 4-hour workout once a week. If you want to make changes to your voice in a few months, practice as often as possible. Taking regular classes is a must, try to have weekly lessons if you are serious about developing your voice and vocal balance. However, there are ways to get great results outside of classes.
Finally, if you know an area where you are weak or unsure, visit our site and find the right vocal training tool to help you. And remember that online personal training is available to help you evaluate or adjust what you are doing. How often should I receive a class? I don't know, once a week is good for most people, as long as you practice between classes. If you simply want to learn to sing for the sheer pleasure of it and hope it will lead to more confidence and a better voice in the shower, practicing for 3 hours a week is not going to be a high priority.
It will end up being a waste of time that was supposed to be dedicated to singing and it is likely that you have not progressed. However, there is one thing like practicing too much, and you should always stop practicing if you feel tension in your vocal cords. Not only will your voice get tired faster, but vocal concepts will be newer and harder to understand. I was in a lesson where I learned a very basic technical element for the first time or, to be fair, I realized it for the first time.
That doesn't include time spent learning to sing at first sight, dictating, playing the piano, and absorbing knowledge related to singing, such as anatomy, music theory, and music history. If you can only have quality time twice a week for serious vocal time, do it, but try to increase the frequency as you can. Think about what you wrote that you wanted from your voice and set a realistic time frame of when you would like this to happen. If you feel unwell or have vocal fatigue, rest your voice a little (even speak, if possible) and recover.