The Guaranteed Way To Grow ZERO Vocal Range
Wait, who wants to stay stuck where they are as a struggling singer with zero vocal range?
Noone, that's who.
Obviously, you want to become a great singer.
You want your voice to soar into the heavens like your favourite singers.
You want consistency, power and freedom.
So listen carefully as I tell you exactly what is holding you back as a singer;
The guaranteed way to grow ZERO vocal range.
Aside from confirmation bias, it's actually "shiny object syndrome" that is holding you back from becoming a better singer - simply put, cause and effect.
Let me explain in this video:
(Shiny Object Syndrome)
You're trying to work out how to connect chest and head voice on an AH vowel.
You're getting pretty close.
So you look up a few free tips on YouTube.
The super enthusiastic, mega-confident guru on YouTube tells you about singing with COMPRESSION.
Their voice connects great, so the answer must really be singing with COMPRESSION, right?
Cue six months of trying to add COMPRESSION to your tone while still completely lacking connection between your registers.
You get super frustrated.
You find a course that talks about COMPRESSION, so you buy it (for freakin' $700 too, mind you!).
You practice the exercises relentlessly for 12 months.
And after a year goes by, you realise you still can't connect your registers.
And because of that, you're also no better at compression, either.
You, my friend, have become a victim of SHINY OBJECT SYNDROME.
This happens in many ways to singers who are experiencing struggles in the process of becoming better singers, and as you saw in the video above; Cause and Effect is just another version of SOS syndrome - and it's a killer to your vocal progress.
CAUSE AND EFFECT IN SINGING
Cause and effect in singing is super tricky to self diagnose - because all you can focus on is the immediate issue at hand rather than the 'behind the scenes' reason it's really happening.
A great example of this, as I showed you in the video above - is a raised larynx.
I've actually had singers coming to me who are physically trying to lower their larynx with their hand when you sing; because they've been told their local singing teacher that they need to sing with a low larynx.
It makes sense though, right? Even so called 'experts' treat the effect rather than the cause - because it's cheap, easy and hooks you in for the lesson or course they're selling.
But let me tell you the REAL reason your larynx is raising when you sing:
You're singing your vowel incorrectly.
Let me guess, you haven't even talked about singing pharyngeal vowels and altering your resonant space with your local singing teacher, right?
That's because they're all about the EFFECT, not the CAUSE.
It's like taking painkillers for a broken leg. It makes you feel better, but you're still going to be walking on a shattered leg.
It's like painting over a mouldy wall - it looks better for a for months; but that mould is still stewing under the surface, ready to come back bigger and stronger before you realise.
And bad vocal habits are exactly the same.
Going out of your way to physically lower your larynx when you practical vocal exercises is one thing, but learning the relationship between how you form your vowel in the vocal tract and larynx position is really the true key to moving past this issue. If you don't learn the true cause of the issue - it's always going to be there in the background, ready to jump out at any moment when you overpronounce a word on a high note, when you choose the wrong vowel or when you're modifying the vocal tract space incorrectly.
I'd love to simplify this whole process for you in this Vowel Modification Q&A session - which will answer ALL of the burning questions about singing your vowels correctly; and the true cause of your lack of progress as a singer, even with other vocal methods and singing lessons you've been forking out the big bucks for.
Oh yeah, it's also totally free.
If you haven't yet joined my 3 Part Vowel Modification Vocal Plan, watch this video first before joining the Q&A: Big Dreams? You Need a Big Voice To Match
Hit this button to join the Q&A:
If you've read this far, you've probably watched the video and maybe even joined the Q&A - and you're looking for MORE.
So I want to share the Foundation 101 singing course with you - the ONLY vocal course recommended by other vocal coaches, and the only vocal course truly designed to treat the CAUSE of your vocal issues from the ground, not just the EFFECT with the same old exercises and weak explanations.
The key to great singing is a rock solid foundation.
If you're serious about becoming a great singer, you need to build a great foundation - it's that simple.
Foundation 101 is designed around the principles of The Four Vocal Fundamentals; in particular how to develop a balanced and strong foundation for your voice so that you will see continued progress in your singing as you develop and build each concept.
The Four Vocal Fundamentals are as follows;
- Height In The Vocal Tract
- "All In One Flow"
- Mixed Tonality
- Forward Placement
The course builds on these four fundamental setup steps to help you connect chest and head voice while creating mixed resonance and a strain free tone through your full range.
Divided into three easy-to-follow stages; The Informative, The Setup and The Practical - Foundation 101 really is one of the most well organised, easy to follow and practical vocal courses available and has continued to receive rave reviews from singers of all walks of life including many other singing teachers looking to better their technique and teaching approach.
If you're serious about improving your voice and can't wait to get started - you can click the link below to purchase the course and get started building a better voice right now.
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