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The most complete "Vocal Power Method" course from two respected international voice trainers.
The Born to Sing Vocal Master Course includes a DVD, 5 CDs and a book to form a powerhouse instructional program for learning how to sing or how to be a better singer. Designed by Howard Austin & Liz Howard, authors of the "Born to Sing" series, "Sing Like A Pro," and the "Vocal Power Method," these comprehensive, fully integrated cross-referenced multimedia voice lessons contain a step-by-step demonstration, music tracks to sing along with, and over 300 song phrases and vocal exercises.
The Vocal Master Course includes:
"Born to Sing" DVD
The vocal lessons include: Illustrating Breathing, Support, Focus, Resonating Sace, Consonants, Volume Control, Vibrato, Placement, Registers, Pop Mix, and Classical Mix.
This CD covers breath support, vibrato, range, resonance, pitch accuracy, falsetto, head voice, chest voice, smoothing out the 'break' between registers, volume control, projection, holding notes & long phrases, and more.
This CD covers pop, rock, country, blues, R&B, Broadway, phrasing, improvisation, how to find your own sound, & personal singing style.
"Super Vocals" CD
This CD provides you with 'licks' and tricks for every style.
This is a great way to get your instrument in fine working shape with a 30-minute daily workout, with high & low exercises for you to use as a warm up. These vocal exercises are perfect for use at home, in the car, or at the studio.
This 27-track CD helps you focus on vibrato training and voice balancing.
Vocal Power Method Instruction Book
The book contains plenty of vocal exercises and other material that supports the other singing lessons and instruction materials.
Pay a little now to give your voice a big payoff later. Order this course today.
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Comments about Born to Sing Vocal Master Course (DVD + 5 CD's + Book):
I purchased the Born to Sing Vocal Masters package because I have a horrible singing voice and I am hoping to learn some vocal techniques to make my voice at least tolerable. I play in a few bands and I was hoping to be at least capable of throwing out some back-up vocals. I just received this set and I hope it works.
Note: the DVD looks like it is from the 80s, and I wish it came with a detailed course plan(s) so I had some way of knowing exactly what I should be doing when. The only way I am attacking this right now is by starting at the beginning and working trhough it.