I'm 18 and I've always had a big problem with singing - I refused to sing at the music courses I had in high-school (it was an option, 4 hours per week) when I was 15 and 16, and also beforehand. Last year I was in an inter high-school choir, directed by my two music teachers of the high-school, and I've made some progress - I dared to sing and it even was feeling quite good sometimes.
I also speak very poorly, even if I have made some progresses (no more lisping, speaking a bit louder so that I'm now just speaking very quietly and not so-quietly-you-can't-hear), so I'm not really sure I "have what it takes".
Now, I'd like to learn to sing properly, ie. having at least a good basic technique, having worked a bit on my tone (enough to not sound... how I sound at the moment) and being able to sing in a serious choir or something like that.
I've thought about taking lessons with someone but I just wonder how much work it'd ask per day to practice singing as a complementary discipline.
I read that singer rarely practice more than 1h30 a day because of physiological limits. Is it true ?
Could I work on, I specify it again, very basic things, with 50-60 minutes per day ?
I'm already studying mainly the guitar but also the composition, and I'm tackling the piano (with a private teacher until I'll be (I hope) accepted into the conservatory) and I should be beginning the organ next year. It's already quite a lot, even if I don't have the ambition to do concerts as a pianist or an organist (it's more like if I were studying those instruments as a serious amateur), it takes quite a bit of time.
edit : AHHHH OMG this is a ridiculous typing error ): If a mod can edit the title... thanks.