At Vocademy all performers are put through their paces and even before you join there are tips and warm up exercises provided by singing teachers that will give you an insight into improving your vocal performance.
Brighton, East Sussex (PRWEB UK) 25 April 2013
Imagine the scenario if Simon Cowell pulls off ‘scoop of the century’ by finally tempting Noel Gallagher to be a judge on 2013’s X Factor series. Apparently there is more than 2 million quid on offer and isn’t it said that everyone has their price? In this instance let’s hope so.
So let’s fast forward for a moment and see what we can expect from the Oasis star’s acerbic tongue after all he has been extremely rude about every successful star in the business and he will be good value as a judge but Vocademy predicts all hell will be let loose amongst contestants. A favourite put down is:
"Twenty years from now, will we listen to Lady Gaga? No. She might think she is making a stand for the freaks and the weirdos. But they're not going to have any decent music to play, are they?"
Already the X Factor auditions are so hyped they have really ramped up the pressure and those who go without adequate vocal preparation kind of get what they deserve, which makes great entertainment but can be devastating to young and not so young egos.
In many ways you cannot be over prepared says Vocademy singing teacher Sam Black. “Raw talent, unless it is so extraordinary and original that no one has heard the like, is ever really going to carry you through. Anyone thinking about a potential X Factor outing needs to take a long hard look at themselves and what they can offer and vocal coaching and general performance coaching can make such a difference to what the judges might hear at an audition.”
At Vocademy, all performers are put through their paces and even before anybody joins there are tips and warm up exercises provided by singing teachers that will provide an insight into improving vocal performance.
In fact, it is never too young to start, ask Chelsea who already attends Vocademy singing lessons in Brighton and Hove and who sees more than just vocal training as a benefit of her Vocademy sessions:
“My tutor Luke is really funny and we learn lots of cool songs. Since I've been at Vocademy I've been more braver and I was scared a little bit at ﬁrst coz I didn't know anyone but now I have lots of friends".
“People are too focused on the idea of fame.” says Sam Black “and let’s face it, ‘comparison is the thief of joy!’ It’s also OK to learn to sing because you just like doing it and simply improve your basic abilities. But if you really are serious about delivering a first class X Factor audition, next year then you really have to start your singing lessons and singing classes right now. You might want to be part of a class or have a one to one singing teacher but whatever you choose you will be immersed in the world of singing with tips on what to eat, preparing for auditions, singing on stage, making recordings and simply getting yourself out there.”
So, before filling out any audition forms and rushing to join the X Factor queues around the block, it might be worth checking out the Vocademy Singing Lessons website to make sure that Mr Gallagher's wrath is directed elsewhere.