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Basic Vocal Training

25 Mins P 1,600
tutor_image Micky
Voice

If you want to be a better singer, you need to master the fundamentals. Posture, arm weakness and good breath support are required.

I'm sure you already love singing if you do choir or karaoke, but the truth is, in order to sing well, there are several things you must do before even releasing your voice. If you feel like there is a flaw in your singing, it is possible that you're having an issue with the fundamentals.


Let's go back to the basics of posture, breathing (exhaleinhale), projecting, etc. We'll practice everything from start to finish in this no frills (lol) lesson. 


The lessons I usually teach are aimed at choir members, so if you sing in a choir and want to improve, this class is perfect for you.


This class is not about learning how to sing, it is about studying vocal music and vocalization. Since I have a lot of experience with music from European countries, we can also study how to do so in foreign languages if you'd like.


I myself am studying English right now and I often hear "I can pronounce things clearly right after I've heard them, but otherwise..." Even though it seems like you should be able to sound out anything as long as you study phonics, that is often not the case. If you have a hard time being understood, you might just have a vocalization problem. Please try the lesson if you want to check to see if this is the case. (Unfortunately, I do not teach actual pronunciation).
 


Please send your first request more than 48 hours in advance. If you're repeating the class, please make the request at least 24 hours in advance. If you have a specific song that you'd like to practice, please write it down when you send your request so that class can run smoothly


(Class Materials) None in particular
 


※Trial lessons: The first 10 minutes will be a vocal training trial and the remaining 10 minutes will be for questions and requests. 

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