Our Strategy with Voice Lessons
Every vocal method has a strategic focus. Some concentrate on modes of singing, or types of sound production. Some focus on the mix of chest and head voice. Others work to improve tone quality through ideas concerning support and resonance.
At John Scott School of Voice, our approach focuses on the body, helping students to understand how their voices rely on five different but interacting systems: Vocal Cords, Larynx, Air Control, Outer Muscle, and Pharynx. By becoming aware of these control elements, and learning how to use them properly, students can dramatically improve how they sing. It's surprisingly simple.
The ultimate goal of these lessons is to find what we call “The Balance Point”: that physical and mental state where all five systems of the voice work together in full coordination and harmony. Once you find it, expect considerable gains in volume and range at significantly lower pressure levels. Some characteristics of the Balance Point:
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