Vocally Speaking - Pushing the Carriage Before the Horse?
Over 35 years of teaching and especially over the 26 years over running my professional vocal school , it never ceases to amaze me why people would embark on spending money to equip their rehearsal spaces with expensive PA systems, microphones, keyboards and what have you much before they know how to sing or sometimes even play. Moreover, the so called singers are going to expensive recording studios and paying for their vocal recordings which take hours upon hours as they the crafty engineers are trying to autotune it or melodyne it to death. I just received a client who was definitely at the end of her rope and already literally losing her high range and basically killing her vocal anatomy with every note that she was trying to embark on. Interestingly enough, she was referred to me by a reputable recording studio . Her sensible engineer probably felt that if she continues any longer she will run of her steam completely and he will run out of the technology means trying to save the