Become A Great Singer: Your Complete Vocal Training System
About This Course
With very clear, step by step instructions and video demonstrations of how to train your singing voice, The Four Pillars of Singing is for any student that is prepared to train and practice with the expectation of gaining lasting, life changing progress.
You won’t just learn how to improve your singing voice or how to extend your vocal range or how to warm up properly… Train Vocal Athletes. This is high performance vocal training with effective results, no matter what your starting point is.
What you get when you enroll:
- Access to ‘The Four Pillars of Singing’ eBook inside the course.
- Training workflow diagrams that show you step by step, which workouts to train and when.
- 32 High Definition videos of Robert Lunte demonstrating ALL the vocal workouts. Train over the videos!
- 32 vocal workouts, offered in slow and fast versions.
- 32 vocal workouts specially made for both men and women.
- 32 guide files that allow you to train over a pre-recorded track to learn how the exercises go.
- Notation of every workout for those that can read music and follow notes.
- Step by step instructions and detailed routines that teach you exactly WHAT to do and HOW to do it.
- How to train specific vocal styles, vocal modes, and training onsets, vocal strength building, coordination and tuning techniques, improve the color / tones of your voice, respiration exercises, mechanics of tongue and body positioning, anchoring your larynx, microphone ergonomics, and the list goes on…
You CAN become a great singer. It’s not genetics. It’s science, applied with the right practice habits. When you truly understand the mechanics of how the voice operates, as you will in these video lectures, you open up a complete toolbox that allows you to truly dive into the art of singing. Enroll now, start following through the course’s explanations, and apply the practice techniques.
What will I learn?
- Totally understand how the singing voice works and how to take ownership of your own training routines, destiny and results. The four pillars of singing empowers students to be able to do it all on their own.
- The ability to extend vocal range by bridging the passaggio, or vocal break seamlessly.
- The ability to sing in a full voice, above the vocal break and develop the head voice for range augmentation.
- The ability to use singing vowels and resonance as the key to opening up their voice and properly troubleshoot problems. The understanding of the acoustics of singing is critical to really becoming great and solving many problems.
- How to apply all the lessons to the art of singing.
- Students will have command over the key vocal effects; distortion, grit, rattle, vibrato, sobbing, yarling and more!
What are the requirements?
- A keyboard (can be an app. or something small & simple)
- Amplification with microphones if possible, but not required
Who is the target audience?
- Any student that is looking to increase vocal range, endurance and stability for singing.
- The TVS course and book is the “go to” program for students that seek to take their singing to the next level of expertise.
- Students that are interested in learning some basic science of singing and how the singing voice actually works.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to improve your singing voice.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
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Section 1 - Prepare For Your Vocal TrainingHide Lessons
Quick Start And Guidance
Training Page and e-Book
Setting Up Your Training Facility
Section 2 - Vocal Training Techniques And Myth BustingShow Lessons
Understanding Vocal Technique Terms
What Is Bridging And Connecting?
Falsetto is NOT Your Head Voice!
Mixed Voice Is DEAD!
Baritones Can Sing High
Bel Canto Secrets From The Ancient Past Are Dead!
Bridging Early Vs Bridging Late
Stop “Hitting” High Notes And Start Singing Deep Notes
Stop Hearing And Start Listening
The Most Difficult Notes
The Two Embouchures
The Tongue Positions
The Science Of Vocal Registers
Anchoring The Larynx
Two Sources Of Vocal Adduction
Singing With Appoggio
Microphone Ergonomics And TVS Grips
Section 3 - The Vocalist Studio (TVS) MethodologyShow Lessons
TVS Methodology Overview
What Are The Four Pillars Of Singing?
The Sound Colors Of Singing Overview
The Geometry Of Vocal Training
The Onset And Phonation Package
Training Onsets And Sirens: Part 1
Training Onsets And Sirens: Part 2
The Mass Of A Phonation
Training With Amplification
TVS Sign Language
Section 4 - Training Vocal OnsetsShow Lessons
TVS Specialized Onsets Introduction
The Track And Release Onset
The Quack And Release Onset
The Wind And Release Onset
The Pulse And Release Onset
The Messa di Voce Onset
The Dampen And Release Onset
The Attack And Release Onset
The Contract And Release Onset
Acoustic Mode Onsets
Section 5 - Physical ModesShow Lessons
TVS Vocal Modes Introduction
The Primitive Physical Modes
The Trained Physical Modes
Twang Vocal Mode
Twang Mode Vs Quack Mode
Belt Vocal Mode
Belt Voice Musculature Explained
Section 6 - Acoustic ModesShow Lessons
Language Vowels Vs Singing Vowels
Sound Colors Of Singing – Training Illustrations
See Your Voice With Spectrum Software
Vocal Formants Explained
Narrowing Of Vowels
TVS Acoustic Modes Introduction
Edging Acoustic Mode
Neutral Acoustic Mode
Curbing Acoustic Mode
Vowel Modification For Training
Vowel Modification For Singing
Consonants For Singing
Section 7 - Vocal EffectsShow Lessons
Vocal Effects Introduction
Compressed Overlay Distortion
Decompressed Overlay Distortion
Extreme Scream Distortion (ESD)
Extreme Scream Pitch (ESP)
Section 8 - Training Warm UpsShow Lessons
Lift Up / Pull Back
Track And Track
Track And Release Workout
Release And Sustain
Section 9 - Training OnsetsShow Lessons
Training: The Track And Release Onset
Training: The Quack And Release Onset
Training: The Wind And Release Onset
Training: The Messa di Voice Onset
Training: The Pulse And Release Onset
Training: The Dampen And Release Onset
Training: The Attack And Release Onset
Training: The Contract And Release Onset
Section 10 - Training Onsets And SirensShow Lessons
Integrated Training Routines Introduction
Onsets And Sirens Introduction
Training: Coordination And Tuning: #1
Training: Coordination And Tuning: #2
Training: Coordination And Tuning: #3
Training: Coordination And Tuning: #4
Training: Coordination And Tuning: #5
Training: Strength Building #1
Training: Strength Building #2
Training: Strength Building #3
Training: Strength Building #4
Training: Strength Building #5
Training: Acoustic Mode: Edging
Training: Acoustic Mode: Neutral
Training: Acoustic Mode: Curbing
Training: Groove Improvisations
Section 11 - Training Singer-CizingShow Lessons
Building Your Own Training Routines
TVS Training Illustrations
TVS Vowel Modification Formulas
How To Practice Efficiently
Developing Twang Compression
Resonant Tracking, Onset And Sirens
Plosive And Glottal Onsets
Articulating Lyrics Inside A Head Voice Belt
Section 12 - Training Intermediate DemonstrationsShow Lessons
Training Routines And Tables
Track And Track
Track And Release
Release And Sustain
Diaphragm And Vibrato Development
Onsets And Sirens Introduction
Onsets And Melodic 5th Sirens
Onsets And Octave Sirens
Bridging And Connecting #1
Bridging And Connecting #2A
Bridging And Connecting #2B – Sustain
Bridging And Connecting #2C – 2nd Onset
Bridging And Connecting #3 – Minor Key
Bridging And Connecting With Calibrations #1
Bridging And Connecting With Calibrations #2
Octave Sweeps #1
Octave Sweeps #2 – Sustain
The Nine Note Run
Section 13 - Training Advanced DemonstrationsShow Lessons
Twang Contractions And Calibrations #1
Twang Contractions And Calibrations #2
The Tower Of Power
Close Encounters Of The 3rd Kind
Extreme Scream Pitch Training ESP
Pentatonic Call And Response
Pentatonic The Staley
Groove The Rock Ballad
Groove Anthem Of Reverie
Groove Piano Man
Groove The Not So Obvious Note
Groove Han’s Bendy Jazz Voicing
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