Thursday, July 18, 2013

Is it possible to become a decent or even a professional singer in a matter of hours, and not years?


The answer to the above is yes.

How so, you may ask?

Everybody knows and mainly believes that you have to spend quite a few years to become a good singer and even more years to become a professional singer.

That could be true in the conventional understanding of the vocal coaching and their well-known and recognised methods. I advocate my own, developed from scratch, Vocal Science ™ method and attached to it a revolutionary approach to voice mechanics. 

I found a short and efficient cut to trigger the voice to work in its fullest capacity possible and with no pain or strain on the vocal anatomy whatsoever.  I do work on the brain and on the full physiology, via method of visualisation and via triggering certain muscles in the body, employing certain physical movements, which bring the intangible and abstract approach to a tangible understanding and certain feelings in the body and the voice, respectively.

Once the person understands the intellectual part of the equation, the next thing is to work on the physical body and the motor skills, which are essential components of that wholesome mechanism, which will allow one’s voice to work in the fullest capacity possible and will guarantee the health and length of the voice for a lifetime. 

The person represents the “instrument” and the “player” all at once. Once I “tune” the “instrument” and teach the person how to extract the maximum capacity from that “instrument” The vocalist is born. However, there is also a music part, which needs to be addressed.

Let’s analyse this!

The song consists of certain combinations of sounds, duration, and pitch, i.e., intervals.

Once we address those combinations and then analyse and address the situations where those combinations may and will exist, we will become the owners of all of the above, and then the sky will be the limit for the newly born singer, who was conceived just 10 or 20 hours prior his/hers’ birth.

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