High Praise About the JDSMethod: Gabriel Weiner Chimes In

The John Scott School of Voice JDSVoice.com is pleased to share even more great feedback about the innovations in vocal study, mastery, and instruction that we continue to provide as we coach and assist our students, helping them to excel and improve as vocalists in terms of career longevity, technique, and overall singing enjoyment. Check…

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Free Voice Lesson: Strengthening the Mix: JDSVoice.com – John Daniel Scott

Free Voice Lesson: Strengthening the Mix: JDSVoice.com – John Daniel Scott

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A New Vocal Method – by John Scott – JDSVoice.com

Have you ever had your voice lock up as you’re singing a song? Do you hear singers who sing easily through their full range and wonder what is holding your voice back? Have you ever felt your voice getting tired and scratchy after a night of singing? Most people have the same problems with singing,…

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Alternative Country Rockers In The House: The Real Nasty Band

The Real Nasty Band is an: “utter sonic delight…” – (SF Gate/The San Francisco Chronicle) The John D. Scott School of Voice (JDSVoice.com) is happy to announce they’ve got a blazin’ alternative country-rock power trio in our midst–The Real Nasty Band! Critically acclaimed in both mainstream and underground circles, The Real Nasty Band realizes that…

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Your Vocal Cords and the Balance Point

The primary goal for the JDS Method of Singing is the even blending of the chest voice and head voice. You should be able to move back and forth between these registers with a seamless, fluid blend, without any flips or cracks. The key to achieving an even blend of chest voice and head voice…

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New Series on Vocal Technique

In my new vocal technique (15 years in the making), I describe five control systems of the voice: Vocal Cords, Larynx, Pharynx, Air Control, and Outer Muscle. The Larynx system comes first, and you can read about it here in my first article on the systems. Having a stable larynx is the key to expanding…

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The Next Big Thing At Disney: Amber Lily

Reprint from Disney Info Net: Hey fans, For those who may not know Amber Lily then let us introduce her to you. Amber Lily was born January 18, 1997 near Los Angeles California but has lived and gone to school most of her life near San Francisco. Amber Lily first sang for an audience at…

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Vote for Amber Lily (America’s Got Talent, Radio Disney) to win Disney’s Next Big Thing!

Could Amber Lily be the Next Big Thing? Tell Radio Disney the answer is “Yes!” John D. Scott School of Voice student Amber Lily is one of five select entrants out of thousands for this Radio Disney contest. Amber and her parents will be featured with the other young hopefuls on the Disney Channel, and…

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Introduction to the JDSMethod of Singing

The core goal of the JDS Method of Singing is to enable the singer to sing fully throughout their entire vocal range with power and control, and without strain. My approach is to show the singer the critical elements that control the voice, and to coordinate all these systems using the concept of the Balance…

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About the John Scott School of Voice

The John Scott School of Voice is the culmination of my dreams as a voice instructor. The goal of the school is to provide professional state of the art training to singers, speakers, and voice instructors, and to help them achieve their full potential in music and public speaking. Our new web site, JDSvoice.com, has…

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