Did you know that when people say, “Just use your diaphragm to sing”, it is actually false?
In fact, 9 out of 10 students are shocked when they discovered that the ‘truths’ they knew about singing were actually myths.
But why does this happen? The reason is simple; these concepts are often misunderstood and misinterpreted when they are passed down from one singer to another, and this is also why many aspiring singers or vocalists get frustrated and eventually give up on their singing training when they find that they have no improvement at all.
Today, you can be the change and break away from these myths and start to understand the real truth behind vocal techniques.
In Estill Voice Training, the teachings are based on scientific research and findings on vocal anatomy, where students and singers learn how to isolate vocal structures, and also understand which part of their throat and vocal anatomy is responsible for what vocal tones.
This technique is so effective that many speech therapists in Singapore have good reviews about it, and it has even helped them in their clinical practice!
“(From) the Estill Workshop I have learnt, how to use different types of styles and also how to achieve different types of voices, and most importantly, some of the therapy techniques that I may be able to apply to my patients for future voice therapy!” – Fahimah Thalib, Speech Therapist
“Estill is a great course for non-singers and speech therapists. Understanding how the voice works and how to change each aspect in isolation and then to combine into qualities has me great insight into my own voice and into clinical application” – Chloe Ang, Speech Therapist
No more having to listen to vague and ineffective advice like, “You should put more emotion in your singing!”, in which you have no idea how to do it! You may even up using risky self-taught training techniques that can potentially cause injury to your vocal folds in the long run.
Join Singapore vocal coach and certified Estill Master Trainer Aaron Matthew Lim, as he conducts a rare webinar on Pop Singing on 26 May Tuesday 8pm, for you to uncover the many myths about voice training and singing.
Other content in this webinar include:
1) Learning About the Myth of Using our Diaphragm to Sing
2) The Problem with Obsessing about Breath Support
3) Basic Vocal Warmups and Simple Scales
4) Exploring Some Vocal Exercises
5) Understanding Vocal Anatomy
There will also be a Q&A session where you can have your many questions about singing answered.
Uncover The Truths About Pop Singing | Intune Music Webinar
Date: 26 May Tuesday 8pm
Webinar fees: $10 per pax
To facilitate better management of the webinar, please register at the following link:
https://forms.gle/Yo8nKw5HVSuYM7u9A (via Google Form)
Alternatively contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!