When you’ve done something pretty well for years and perhaps even been lucky enough to earn a good living doing it, it’s easy to become complacent and think there’s no real need to do anything different but as the saying goes, “If you always do what you’ve always done you’ll get what you’ve always got”. For a singer that could mean running out a breath too early on those long power notes or sounding a bit nasal on certain songs, both of which could be easily fixed and with just a few minor changes, an amazing transformation could take place, even for someone who is already a great singer.
Are any of these familiar situations for you?
- You’ve been singing professionally for years and endless battles with a loud band and poor monitors is taking it’s toll on your voice.
- You’ve got a really strong voice but either get too “shouty” in the higher range or have to switch to a weak sounding falsetto to hit the notes.
- You sing a lot but really want to improve the way you put a song across and connect more with your audience.
- You’ve often thought about having coaching but have been worried that you may not like the effect it has on your voice.
- Your voice has always got you by but you’ve never had any professional training so want to see how much you can improve by trying new techniques.
- You used to be professional but gave up and are now ready to re-launch your career.
If you rely on your voice to make your living or would like to, then you already know that it’s your most valuable asset so there’s nothing more important that it’s health & longevity. You’re in good company too, with many world class singers, sportsman and athletes relying on their coach to take them from great, to the very top of their game. From Take That to Tiger Woods, Shirley Bassey to David Beckham, they would not be where are today without the hours they’ve invested in that all important coaching.