The TVS Vocal Masterclass held at Ulvenhout, The Netherlands in June 2014 was great fun and a great success. Watch the photos here.
Teaching the men and women of the US army to sing was great fun!
Hitting High Notes & The Imagery Of Singing In this video Robert Lunte, author and producer of “The Four Pillars of Singing” discusses and demonstrates the importance of beginning every singing note with proper imagery. One particular problem that singers create for themselves is constantly referring to their struggle to sing higher frequencies as “Hitting […]
There is no better way to train your phonation package deep inside your muscle memory than a slow and controlled siren through every micro-tone of your voice. Practicing with sirens works directly to build super, high performance vocal coordination. Practicing slow and controlled sirens prevents you from cheating and skipping over the hard parts in […]
THE EMBOUCHURE Jaw, Lips & Teeth The embouchure is a French word we use to describe the following physical components of singing; jaw, lips and teeth. Beginning students are not used to opening their mouths wide enough for singing. Spending a lifetime in speech mode, means your mouth is used to only opening up […]
This is an Alice In Chains Rooster Tribute by Robert Lunte. Alice In Chains Rooster Tribute: The importance of the “Yarl” Vocal Effect Layne Staley was a very talented and gifted singer. One aspect of his singing that is interesting in regards to voice technique is that Layne was one of the singers from the […]
In this Child in Time Tribute, Robert Lunte performs one of the most iconic heavy metal songs ever created. “Child in Time” was written by Deep Purple and originally performed by Ian Gillan. Let’s explore some of the advanced vocal techniques Ian Gillian used to make Child In Time such an iconic success: watch the […]
The way singers grip the microphone is a worthy consideration that is rarely discussed. At TVS, students are encouraged to train and sing with one of two TVS microphone grips. The primary benefit of adopting these microphone grips is the reduction of “tension creep” or unwanted musculature cramping and constriction that will take over a singer’s […]