Chuck Stewart Music International Vocal Coach
Songwriter, Arranger, Singer, Musician
Teaching: Singing, Songwriting, Theory, Music Production and more
Chuck Stewart in Paris, France
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To have higher notes without straining?
If your voice cracks or breaks as you go up in pitch, there is something very wrong. Can you sing high notes with strength AND with ease? You could if you would have been trained correctly. I can show you fast and easy exercises for this.
To have more endurance?
Does your voice get tired or give out on you after you sing for a half hour or an hour? Concerts, gigs and recording your voice require better endurance than that. You have to have great endurance and strength. The correct approach helps.
To be able to sing in tune better?
How you hear and what you hear have everything to do with being able to sing in tune. You can hear perfectly and still sing out of tune if you haven't connected your singing to your musicianship. Has anyone said you are tone deaf? You probably are not tone deaf. Very few people are. Some people are atonal. This is not the same thing as tone deaf. I have some simple and easy ways to improve your musical "ear". One of them is unique but very effective.
To have a better sense of rhythm and time?
Do you hear time as it is or are you missing something? Why do some drummers have excellent time and others don't? This also applies to singers. Keeping time and also understanding rhythm can easily be learned if you are shown how to perceive it. Exercises in rhythmic analysis and duplication can make your time issues a thing of the past. Modern pop, jazz, and R&B music require an excellent sense of time and rhythm, in order to be a professional level singer.
To have better tone quality?
Can your tone actually be improved? If you don't have scar tissue on your vocal folds (vocal cords), you can improve your tone. No one wants to hear your voice, if you don't sound good and that includes yourself. A combination of proper vocalizing and learning to hear your voice as it sounds to others can help you have your own best sound. Copying others' tone is not recommended. It can strain your voice to try to copy another singer's tone.
I help people get better at:
singing, style, songwriting, arranging, production, and recording technique.
The singer in the picture is doing something common, which causes strain, endurance problems and an undesirable tone quality.
Almost everyone has felt stage fright at one time or another. Yes, famous professional recording artists may have it, too.
What you can hear is the single most important factor in solving pitch issues.
What is standing between you and your success as a performing singer?