Nothing is more frustrating than spending money to get better at singing then, not getting better. How do you know you’ve got the right vocal training for you?
I lay out the biggest reasons your training may not be helping your voice in my answer to Marina’s question.
I’m a teenaged girl who has always wanted to sing really well. So much that it emotionally distressed me at one point. I have experience with music study and voice lessons but I really want to progress further adn leave this statues que.
I was wondering what is keeping me from progressing further. Singing can be sometimes so hard to do at a subconscious level. Mind you I have poor coordination and a lack of natural sense of pulse. I think it would take scientific reasoning to make me better and overcome the limitation. What should I do?
And I answered by sharing 6 things all good vocal training involves:
- Developing a strong HEALTHY voice
- Expanding/doubling the vocal range
- Develops your personal vocal style
- Always has a plan to get you to your next level
- Is easily understandable so you can put it into practice
- Should always encourage and answer your questions
The Cover Song Challenge I gave my student (mentioned in the podcast):
(from the ‘singers like you’ critiques section of The Voice Club Academy
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