It's all about how you practice and train your voice. Most ‘vocal improvement’ systems and techniques just give you a set of vocal exercises with NO direction and leave you on your own to figure out how to actually sing.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
The Superior Singing Method, a program targeted exclusively at those wanting to improve their singing voice without paying for expensive voice lessons has caught the attention of RequestedReviews.com’s Laura O'Connor, prompting an investigative review.
The program was developed by musician and artist Aaron Anastasi who spent countless hours studying how the voice works in an effort to improve his own voice. Anastasi is now a world-renowned vocal instructor who has taught over ten thousand people how to improve their singing voices.
When asked if Anastasi's online voice lessons can really compare to expensive private voice lessons O’Connor states, "Yes, they can but only because the lessons use video. His method is not simply a list of generic vocal exercises. Aaron uses video to guide people step by step through his exercises."
"His use of video is important," O’Connor explains, "because it’s really the only way to learn the proper technique of vocal performance. Without video showing exactly what to do and more importantly how to do it, people run the risk of damaging their voice."
After trying out a few lessons for herself, O’Connor (a singer herself) is impressed.
"It’s all laid out and easy to follow. I watch a five minute video each day and keep the audio exercise tracks on my iPhone so I can practice them on the go."
When asked if the Superior Singing Method training is just for beginners O’Connor explains, "While the program is simple and effective for beginning singers, even established singers could benefit from the exercises that improve pitch, tone, range and control. Aaron even has specific techniques to help develop and improve vibrato."
But O’Connor warns that the only way for the program to work is if people are willing to practice. "Even just a few minutes a day will make a difference, but people have to be ready to put some work in... no matter how great the program is, it won’t be effective if people don’t do what Aaron says."
O'Connor concludes that the Superior Singing Method is a great program for those looking to improve their voices, no matter what level they are starting from.