Free Singing Lessons [Can They REALLY Help You Sing Better?]
Let's cut straight to the point - you want to sing better, and I want to help you do it.
Instead of dancing around the point and trying to tell you this and that about how "nothing good comes for free" or you "the only way to learn singing is to buy my course" - I'm going to put my money where my mouth is and and give you my two most POWERFUL singing lessons for free, and I'll wager that you'll not only learn 'something' useful, I'll bet the cost of these lessons that your whole approach to singing is going to be changed by what you're about to learn.
Now, each of these lessons contains at LEAST two-to-three hourly sessions worth of material that you can take away to practice for a number of hours/days/weeks yourself while seeing MASSIVE progress in your singing - so lets go with an even 5 hours of coaching value per lesson (you can check out what I actually charge for a Skype coaching session in the menu at the top) I'm about to share with you completely free - that's literally hundreds and hundreds of dollars of coaching at absolutely zero cost to you.
You might be wondering exactly why I'm giving you these lessons for FREE instead of charging the hundreds of dollars that they are really worth (like every other singing coach does) - and the truth is, you're going to get SO much from these lessons that somewhere down the track, I absolutely know that you're going to do one of four things;
- Become SUCH a great singer that your life and my life is enriched by this experience
- Book a Skype Session with me (because you got so much out of the lessons - but there's more!)
- Buy the Foundation and Growth 101 courses (free lessons are great - but it's time for the real deal)
- Tell someone out there just how great these lessons are (then read all above again)
For me, even just one of these results is worth the cost I'm forgoing to give you these two powerful but FREE singing lessons, so let's get right to it!
Lesson #1 - How To Sing In Mixed Voice
The first lesson we're going to take is How To Sing In Mixed Voice.
Mix Voice is the literal blending of your chest and head resonance, which in a physical sense is developed by creating a coordinated relationship between the TA and CT muscles (don't worry, I'm going to explain all of this in depth in our lesson!)
For me personally, learning to sing in mixed voice has allowed me to build a CRAZY vocal range that connects from my lowest note to my highest note with ease and power.
Let's get started with Lesson #1 - How To Sing In Mixed Voice
How To Sing In Mixed Voice
Lesson #2 - The Four Vocal Fundamentals
The second free lesson I'm going to share with you is The Four Vocal Fundamentals.
You'll be surprised to learn that EVERY single vocal technique, method, term, trick and concept out there actually relates to just one of these four Vocal Fundamentals;
- Height In The Vocal Tract
- Forward Placement
- "All In One Flow"
- Mixed Tonality
By developing these four fundamentals as the basis of your vocal foundation - you will set yourself up for absolutely DYNAMITE success as a singer, as these four simple fundamentals actually create a roadmap for your ongoing progress as a singer.
Class is in session now:
The Four Vocal Fundamentals
Have You Completed The Free Singing Lessons?
If you've completed the above free singing lessons - I already know the answer to whether you can really learn how to sing better from Free Singing Lessons.
It's an obvious yes.
But the more obvious question (and answer) is really what more you can learn about singing from Kegan at Bohemian Vocal Studio with The Four Vocal Fundamentals singing method?
If you're serious about becoming a pro sounding singer, then it's time to take the next step past free singing lessons with the original singing course designed around The Four Fundamentals. If you want to take your voice to the next level, then it's time to invest in the Foundation 101 course.
You've learned a MASSIVE amount from these two free singing lessons - aren't you curious just how much more you're going to learn, how much higher you're going to sing, and just how great you could be as a singer?