Singing is a skill based largely on muscle memory, and it is easy for singers to develop consistently bad habits during singing or speech that translate into tensions throughout the entire body. Fortunately, muscles can usually ‘relearn’ good habits over time if one perseveres in learning the correct and healthy approach to vocal technique.
Make your voice sound more powerful, use vocal technique to expand your range and expression, and learn to become more confident in vocal performances
- Use breathing, projection and articulation to achieve a more powerful, dynamic pop / rock sound with less effort.
- Sing with consistent, accurate intonation.
- Develop coordinated breath support to help stamina and increase control.
- Be able to sing with a free-tone quality with minimum tension.
- Learn how to use efficient and effective practice!
- Learn the ability to perform an impressive variety of vocal styles ranging from lyrical pop to hard rock.
- Explore and develop your own unique on-stage style of performing.
- Learn the ability to tap into specific pop and rock vocalising, including the concept of 'sung speech', the minimising of vibrato and the use of tension/release to create exciting verse-chorus transitions.
- Learn the in's and out's of good vocal health and how to get through a gig you can not cancel when you are sick.
- Preserve vocal health while singing more challenging forms of rock and pop.
- Elimination of vocal fatigue, hoarseness, sore throats and vocal damage through singing with the correct technique..