Make-or-break question for modern singers who, despite hundreds of hours of practice, still aren’t winning auditions:
If there was a predictable, step-by-step method that could teach you to sing well enough to win auditions for any kind of singing performance without feeling confused and without injuring your voice, would you finally feel confident enough to make improving your singing skills your number one priority?
Here’s why anything short of an enthusiastic head-nod is going to cost you:
Every day, hundreds of singers around the world are winning auditions that open up a new world of possibilities for them.
The question is, are you winning auditions?
Whether you’re in a Soundgarden cover band or you’ve been trying to get into a music theater performance but haven’t been able to yet, the success of your singing career depends heavily on your answer to this question.
If you know without a doubt that you’re not getting the opportunities to perform that you should, or that you could be singing in much better venues than your Uncle Bob’s wedding…
Then keep reading…
But first, there’s a problem we need to talk about…
Tell me if any of this sounds familiar:
You sink into the couch after a long night of waiting tables and power up the bluetooth speaker on the table.
You open Spotify on your phone and pull up your favorite songs playlist, and as the first song on the list starts to carry you away to somewhere else, you start to feel it: That familiar pull of the big dream you have…
But whether it’s the fatigue from the long hours on your feet waiting tables, or a bit of sadness that you haven’t realized your dream yet, you sink lower into the couch wanting to hide from it all.
You don’t know how to sing like your favorite singer.
You know there’s something they’re doing to belt out those high notes, but whenever you try to get past your vocal break, you’re pushing hard and there’s always that moment where you make a sound like someone just choked a duck.
Something in you knows that if you can’t gracefully bridge over the vocal break and sing in your head voice with a strong, belting sound, you’ll never win an audition, and this dream of yours will collect dust on the bookshelf of your younger years.
And then it hits you: your day job might be as good as it gets.
But deep down inside, you know there’s got to be more to life than this.
And here’s the thing…
With all of your intense effort and commitment, isn’t it time you actually started receiving some damn payoff?
With the amount of time, effort, and bullish commitment you’ve invested in becoming a better singer, you deserve the payoff.
You deserve to know exactly how to create the kind of vocal sounds you need to in order to win auditions, so that you can wake up in the mornings and see emails that say “You’re in. We’d love to have you sing for us.”
You deserve to know the best warm up routines and vocal training techniques that allow you to sing the way professionals do, without having to sift through endless Youtube videos that don’t actually help you make any progress.
You deserve to feel like the larger-than-life lead singer of a band that’s quickly becoming well-known, rather than the perpetual daydreamer longing and hoping that one day, maybe you’ll get to sing in a band.
In a moment, I’m gonna show you how to finally tip the scales in your favor. But first, there’s a few key things you need to let soak into your brain.
The 4 Reasons You’re Still Stuck Daydreaming About Singing Professionally Instead of Actually Doing It.
Myth #1: You think that some people are born to sing and others aren’t.
I know it’s easy to believe this one.
You listen to Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and think that he’s so good at singing that he must have been born to sing like that, as if he just came out of the womb, had no training, and was able to sing as well as he does, kind of like how Mozart was writing symphonies at age 5.
Here’s what you need to know: Almost anyone can learn to sing.
Why do I know this is true? Because singing is just like training to become a world class athlete. It’s just that instead of working large muscle groups like your quads and hamstrings, you’re training much smaller muscles around your voice.
If you fully commit to your vocal training, taking it as serious as a world class athlete would, and if you have a good vocal coach who knows how to lead you through a training system, you can learn to sing at a much higher skill level than what you can imagine right now.
Bottom line: people aren’t born to sing. They train and practice and then train some more. Even superstars have vocal coaches they train with from time to time, both in between tours and even during tours. And if you do the same, you can learn to do what your favorite singers can do.
Here’s a little more about these myths and problems I’ve been talking about in the video below:
Myth #2: The terms “falsetto” and “head voice” mean the same thing.
Wrong. I’ll tell you right now, this is one of the biggest things holding people back from becoming truly great singers.
Falsetto is soft and windy sounding (because there is too much respiration in the glottis, which happens when the vocal folds don’t close.) It’s what makes us sound like little kids.
Your head voice, on the other hand, is a place. It’s THE place. It’s the upper register where high notes happen. And guess what? There are many different types of amazing sounds you can make in the head voice.
These are the kinds of sounds that leave people in awe when you sing them. They’re the kind of sounds that lead to you getting a lot of performance gigs, because you can make the kind of sounds that the songs need, that your band or performance group needs, and that audiences want to hear.
Learning to belt high notes in your head voice, or to scream with a bit of distortion, is the key that will unlock the door between you sitting on the couch dreaming about being a professional singer and you actually walking out on stage in front of 5,000 people to lead the cheering, dancing crowd through a mind-altering, heart-pumping experience.
You’d be able to do that because to other people you will have become a superhero with extraordinary capabilities. That’s the power of belting in your head voice.
And I’ll tell you right now: learning to sing well in your head voice is totally within the realm of possibility. I’ve trained hundreds of people just like you to do it. I trained myself to do it as well.
From the age of 15 I’ve dedicated my life to figuring out how to learn it, do it, and teach it to others. This one thing, singing strongly in the head voice, is in some sense the purpose of my existence in the world.
Myth #3: Baritones can’t sing high notes.
Maybe you’ve been told this many times by different voice coaches, but this is flat out wrong.
I’m a baritone, and I can sing all kinds of high notes. I do it for 10 to 20 hours a week as a teacher and singer.
So what gives? Classical singing vocal classifications called “vocal fach,” that’s what.
But unless you’re training to be a classical singer performing operas, art songs, or big concert choirs, guess what? You don’t need to be limited by their classifications.
If you’re a baritone like me, you can let go of this myth right now. You can sing high notes, and you can sing them with a rich sound that tenors can’t make because their vocal folds aren’t as thick as yours.
Rich high notes with lots of different kinds of vocal colors mean that you’ll get big “yes’s” when it comes time to audition for performance gigs.
And if you’re already in a band or group performing? It means more gigs with bigger paychecks.
Myth #4: If you can sing well, you don’t need vocal training.
If you think that Chris Cornell can sing like he does having never gotten any vocal training, think again.
Here’s the thing: when I was learning to sing, I trained and studied with a man named Maestro David Kyle, in Seattle. And it turns out that in his early years, Chris Cornell also trained with David Kyle.
Since we were running in the same circles, I know Chris was learning and training with David, so I can tell you without a doubt, Chris had training!
All of the top singers in the world get professional training from knowledgeable vocal coaches. There’s just no way to reach that level of expertise without proper training.
Usain Bolt didn’t just arrive at the Olympics without any coaching, and you’re not going to arrive on stage in front huge crowds without coaching either.
Here’s the truth: singers don’t get a pass on training. If you’re really going to do this right…if you’re going to make your daydreams a reality…get ready to get to work.
Just like a good running coach took Usain through a systematic, structured approach so he could go on to run at faster speeds than any human has ever run, a good vocal coach will have a proven system with warm ups, exercises, and methods that will allow you to blow the socks off of people who listen to you, leaving them covered in goosebumps.
The good news is…
Learning to sing like a professional singer is easier than ever…
If you’re still with me, then you ALREADY know that learning to sing strongly in your head voice is critical to your success as a professional singer.
No need to remind you of that.
But maybe you didn’t know that by training to get to that skill level using my proven TVS Method of vocal training that I’m about to share with you, you’ll also be able to:
- Warm up your voice with warm up drills that will help prevent you from injuring your voice.
- Bridge and connect your chest voice with your head voice smoothly and without choking or pushing.
- Learn the 9 different types of sounds you can make in your head voice so that you can sing any song your group wants you to sing (from the soft silky tones of Sam Smith to the beefy, heroic belts of Bruce Dickinson.)
- Scream in a way that both sounds amazing and doesn’t leave you unable to speak for 2 days, or in some cases, a lifetime…because you’ve damaged your voice from not having the right techniques.
- Win an audition for a band you want to join and make it easier for your band to get booked over and over, because you know how to deliver the sound they will demand if you want to keep your job as their singer. (Reality check: Either you execute in a band, or the band members will fire you. Bands don’t care about your vocal problems, so it’s up to you to bring your “A” game.)
Yes, these outcomes are totally in reach for you, whether you’ve already gotten into a band, won a spot in a musical theater performance, or you’re still hoping to win an audition that will open up the door to you singing on stage…
…but they DO depend on taking a comprehensive, systematic approach to vocal training.
Who the heck am I to tell you this?
Robert Lunte here. Good to meet you.
When I’m not in my Jeep driving around Idaho listening to solo guitar music, I run The Vocalist Studio, where over the last 20 years more than 100,000 people around the world have come to get vocal training from me through my online courses or one-on-one vocal coaching.
How have I been able to train so many people around the world to sing at a professional level? Well, I wrote a renowned book called “The Four Pillars of Singing” and created extensive online vocal training courses to lead people through my TVS Method.
The Vocalist Studio Method is a proven training method and framework that has allowed thousands of people to finally cut through the noise of random Youtube vocal coaches so they can make actual progress with their singing. (Yes, there really is an online program that will actually help you get the results you’re looking for if you commit to practicing.)
At The Vocalist Studio, we’re hardcore vocal training coaches that pick you up on the desolate, unnamed back country road that the other vocal coaches left you off at.
And if you let me, I plan on taking you and your singing career somewhere far beyond those dusty roads without names. I’ll give you a map and super clear directions so you know exactly what roads you need to travel on to get where you want to go.
Have a watch of the short video below to hear a bit more about my background and how I can help you:
The 4 Pillars of Singing
The most comprehensive vocal training method that GUARANTEES you will improve your most important asset every single day through leading edge exercises and techniques.
I’ve spent the last 28 years in the trenches working with singers just like you.
- Singers with a dream to sing in front of big crowds who, no matter how many Youtube videos they watch from self-proclaimed vocal experts, can’t break through and win auditions.
- Singers who have a performance gig and are getting some traction, but who know that even though they’ve gotten pretty good, they would be having so much more success if they could sing strong, powerful notes in their head voice.
- Singers who have had successful careers outside of music, wonder to themselves “is there anything more to life?”, and then relight the flame of a dream they once had long ago: to sing in a band.
The result of these decades of work is a comprehensive, science-based, TVS vocal training method that gives you a crystal clear path to singing the way you’ve always wanted to…the way you know you can sing.
Let’s take a quick tour to see what’s in the course…
Module 1 – Preparing For Your Training
In this module we’ll lay the groundwork for the journey you’ll take in this course, and beyond the course as a vocal athlete who’s ready to get to work with proven training.
We’ll also cover critical preparation and setting healthy training expectations.
- Welcome and Your Quick Start Lesson
- Schedule Voice Lessons with Robert Lunte
- Critical Success Factors
- Training File Downloads
- Perfect English Captions
- The Four Pillars of Singing Book
- Private Singing Lessons
- Review Your Singing
- Recommended Vocal Gear
- Student & Robert Lunte Performances
- Inspiration for singers (videos)
Module 2 – Techniques and Mythbusting
Here, you’ll be introduced to common misconceptions in the singing world and a set of techniques you’ll need to know about to prepare for the methodology module that follows.
- Understanding Vocal Technique Terms
- What is Bridging & Connecting?
- Can Anyone Learn To Sing?
- Falsetto is NOT Your Head Voice!
- “Mixed Voice” is DEAD!
- Baritones Can Sing High!
- Bel Canto Secrets From The Ancient Past Are DEAD!
- Bridging Early / Bottom-Up VS. Bridging Late / Top-Down
- Stop Hitting High Notes & Start Singing Deep Notes
- Stop Hearing & Start Listening
- The Most Difficult Notes
- The Two Embouchures
- “The SNILE”
- The Three Tongue Positions
- The Vibratory Mechanism: The Science of Vocal Registers
- Intrinsic Anchoring
- Anchoring The Larynx
- Extrinsic Anchoring
- Vocal Fold Adduction: Twanging VS. Bernoulli Physics
- Two Sources of Vocal Adduction
- Singing With Appoggio
- How Do You Know When To Train The Next Vocal Workout?
- Microphone Ergonomics & Grips
Module 3 – The Vocalist Studio Methodology
In these lessons, you’ll learn the foundational concepts of the TVS methodology, starting with the actual meaning of the “4 Pillars” and then moving into overviews that represent the method.
You’ll leave this section understanding the importance of onsets, singing vowels, resonance, and training workflows.
- TVS Methodology Overview
- What Are The Four Pillars of Singing?
- TVS Specialized Onsets Overview
- TVS Vocal Modes Overview
- The Sound Colors of Singing Overview
- The Geometry of Vocal Training
- The Onset & Phonation Package
- Training Onsets & Sirens
- The Mass of a Phonation
- Training With Amplification
- TVS Sign Language
Module 4 – The Onsets
The term “onset” means “the beginning”. If the onset is good, the training or singing that follows will be good. If the onset is bad, the training or singing that follows will have problems.
In this module we’ll go deeper into onsets so that you can begin to develop the motor skills you need for every “beginning” when you train and sing.
The onsets are also used to troubleshoot your vocal problems. An understanding of the TVS onsets empowers you to be able to diagnose and fix your own vocal problems by yourself.
- TVS Specialized Onsets Introduction
- The Track & Release Onset
- The Quack & Release Onset
- The Wind & Release Onset
- The Pulse & Release Onset
- The Messa di Voce Onset
- The Dampen & Release Onset
- The Attack & Release Onset
- The Contract & Release Onset
- Acoustic Mode Onsets
- TVS Onsets – Earlier Compilations
Module 5 – Physical Modes
In this module, we’ll dive into vocal modes, of which there are two kinds: physical and acoustic.
The physical vocal modes are a set of well-researched, physical configurations that produce unique sound color and execution results.
Of the physical modes, the most important ones are the “vocal twang” and the “cry vocal mode”.
You’ll also learn why the execution of the cry vocal mode is absolutely vital to your success as a professional singer.
- TVS Vocal Modes Introduction
- The Primitive Physical Modes
- The Trained Physical Modes
- Twang Vocal Mode
- Twang Mode VS. Quack Mode
- Belt Vocal Mode
- Belt Voice Musculature Explained
- The Importance of Vocal Cry Mode
- Techniques to Develop Vocal Cry Mode
- Vocal Cry Mode VS. Sob Mode
Module 6 – Acoustic Modes
In this module you’ll learn about the acoustics of singing and the unique TVS methodology for teaching it.
We’ll dive into a unique method of associating visual color of 10 key training and singing vowels.
Great singers know that the best way to sing is to lead with the acoustics, and expect the physiology to follow.
However, because the acoustics of singing are a bit abstract, they can be difficult to understand.
The TVS acoustic modes are a method of visualizing the acoustics of singing in a way that makes the important topic of singing vowels, resonance, and formants easier to understand.
- Language Vowels VS. Singing Vowels
- Associating Color With Singing Vowels
- See Your Voice With Spectrum Software
- Vocal Formants Explained
- Narrowing of Vowels & The Vocal Tract
- TVS Acoustic Modes Introduction
- Edging Acoustic Mode
- Neutral Acoustic Mode
- Curbing Acoustic Mode
- Vowel Modification for Training
- Vowel Modification for Singing
- Consonants For Singing
Module 7 – Vocal Effects
The following lessons will cover seven of the most popular vocal effects used by professional singers.
After you learn these eight vocal effects you’ll be able to embellish your singing with character, interpretation, and an unlimited amount of colors as an artist. The vocal effects are a lot of fun and essential to achieving 100% audience engagement.
- Vocal Effects Introduction
- Compressed Overlay Distortion
- Decompressed Overlay Distortion
- Extreme Scream Distortion (ESD)
- Extreme Scream Pitch (ESP)
- Windy Phonations
- The Yarl – Tongue Retractions as an Effect
Module 8 – The Importance of Proper Warm Up Exercises
Warming up the voice is where the athleticism of voice training begins.
Good warm up routines executed properly not only prepare the voice for singing, but they also play a powerful role in good vocal health.
The need to warm up your voice before aggressive training and singing is a reality. It needs to be done. If you skip it, you can injure your voice and either not be able to perform or not be able to hit the notes you need to hit during shows.
After you go through this module, you’ll know how to do all of the best types of warm up routines a professional singer should do before training or performing.
This module is unique in that it’s actually a full course in itself, embedded inside The Four Pillars of Singing program.
- What Warm Ups Do For The Voice
- What Are Semi-Occluded Phonations?
- Classifications of Vocal Warm Ups
- Vocal Problems Warm Ups Fix
- Vocal Warm Up time Expectations
- Lip Trills
- Tongue TrillsThe Straw Warm Up
- The Straw Warm Up
- Resonant Tracking on Nasals
- Respiration Workouts
- Lift Up / Pull Back
- Track & Track
- Track & Release Workout
- Release & Sustain
Module 9 – Training Onsets
These lessons guide you step by step through the training of each specific onset so that you’ll walk away knowing how to perform each onset perfectly, which will enable you to build specific motor skills of the voice, troubleshoot your vocal problems, and make a connection with your lyrics.
Each training lesson comes with an HD Video demonstration of me performing the workout for you to study, a streaming folder of all the solo piano workouts for you to practice, slow & fast speeds, male & female versions, and notation.
- The Track & Release Onset
- The Quack & Release Onset
- The Wind & Release Onset
- The Messa di Voice Onset
- The Pulse & Release Onset
- The Dampen & Release Onset
- The Attack & Release Onset
- The Contract & Release Onset
Module 10 – Further Training Onsets and Sirens (Integrated Training Routines)
In this module, you’ll be initiated into Integrated Training Routines, which are like vocal workouts with intelligence.
From the TVS perspective, vocal exercises are not just “workouts.” They’re “Integrated Training Routines” made up of a smartly chosen onset, singing vowel, and vocalization.
Around here, we take the perspective that vocal training is exactly like pro athletic training. These integrated training routines are the equivalent of an athlete’s training routines in the gym.
The “ITRs” empower you to customize your own vocal workouts to address your own unique vocal goals.
And again, each lesson has video demonstrations, solo piano mp3 files for you to practice with at slow and fast speeds, male and female versions, and notation for you to use during practice.
- Integrated Training Routines Introduction
- Onsets & Sirens Introduction
- ITR Coordination & Tuning: #1
- ITR Coordination & Tuning: #2
- ITR Coordination & Tuning: #3
- ITR Coordination & Tuning: #4ITR Coordination & Tuning: #5
- ITR Coordination & Tuning: #5
- ITR Strength Building #1ITR Strength Building: #2
- ITR Strength Building: #2ITR Strength Building: #3
- ITR Strength Building: #3ITR Strength Building: #4
- ITR Strength Building: #4
- ITR Strength Building: #5
- ITR Acoustic Mode: Edging
- ITR Acoustic Mode: Neutral
- ITR Acoustic Mode: Curbing
- Groove Improvisations
Module 11 – Training Singer-cizing
Here we get into a unique approach to training that comes in handy for anyone who’s a bit short on time to train: singer-cizing.
Singer-cizing techniques are any training techniques you do throughout the normal experience of your day; in the shower, in the car, walking to work, working in the yard, or anywhere where you find yourself without the convenience of a controlled environment, such as a training studio.
Singer-cizing will give you more overall training volume and therefore increase your muscle memory and progress.
Not only is it fun to fill your otherwise music free moments with more music, but this is a little-known secret for building up your singing endurance at times and in places you didn’t realize you could train, but now you can.
- Building Your Own Training Routines
- TVS Training Illustrations
- TVS Vowel Modification Formulas
- Singer-cize REMINDER!
- How To Practice Efficiently
- Developing Twang Compression
- Singer-cizing In The Rain!
- Vocal Cry Mode
- Resonant Tracking, Onsets & Sirens
- Resonant Tracking
- Vinnie Calls & Vinnie Pulls
- Articulating Lyrics Inside A Head Voice Belt
Module 12 – Intermediate Training Demonstrations
In this module, you’ll be shown video demos of all the TVS intermediate training exercises so you can correctly execute them in your own training.
As with other modules in the course, you’ll also get the solo piano files to practice with and the notation aids.
- Vocalize Introduction
- Training Routines & Tables
- Track & Track
- Track & Release
- Release & Sustain
- Diaphragm & Vibrato Development
- Onsets & Sirens Introduction
- Onsets & Melodic 5th Sirens
- Onsets & Octave Sirens
- Bridging & Connecting #1
- Articulation #1
- Bridging & Connecting #2A
- Bridging & Connecting #2B – Sustain
- Bridging & Connecting #2C – 2nd Onset
- Bridging & Connecting #3 – Minor Key
- Articulation #2
- Bridging & Connecting with Calibrations #1
- Bridging & Connecting with Calibrations #2
- Octave Sweeps #1
- Octave Sweeps #2 – Sustain
- The Nine Note Run
Module 13 – Advanced Training Demonstrations
What good is a singing course if the instructor can’t sing well?
My thoughts exactly.
In this module, I’ll give you demos of all our advanced TVS training exercises so you know exactly how to do them.
And in case you’re wondering, yes, we take vocal training seriously. Why? Because we’ve seen the results of taking this comprehensive approach in the tens of thousands of people who have been through this method.
But that doesn’t mean we don’t like to laugh and have a good time. There’s plenty of that throughout the course. 🙂
Every lesson in this module also has video demos of me showing you each exercise along with the piano training tracks and notation.
- The Hero
- Twang Contractions & Calibrations #1
- Twang Contractions & Calibrations #2
- The Tormentor
- The Tower of Power
- Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind
- Cry Onsets & Extreme Scream Pitch Training
- TVS Solfege
- Endurance Strengthening
- Pentatonic One
- Pentatonic Run
- Pentatonic Call & Response
- Pentatonic The Staley
- Pentatonic Swinger
- Pentatonic Teaser
- Groove The Rock Ballad
- Groove The Anthem of Reverie
- Groove Piano Man
- Groove The Not So Obvious Note
- Groove Han’s Bendy Jazz Voicing
Module 14 – Bonus Lessons
I can’t summarize what’s in these bonus lessons because, well, they’re top secret.
I will say, however, that there are over 350 bonus videos in this section of the course.
You may or may not be shown some of the most leading edge, not-talked-about-anywhere-else vocal training techniques that exist.
You’ll have to find out for sure once inside the program.
The Proof: Listen To Student Performances
The Iron-clad Sing Better in 14-days Money Back Guarantee
The promise is simple. Follow the program. Practice and train regularly for at least 30 minutes 3 to 6 days a week, following the clear, step-by-step TVS method.
If after 14 days you’re not noticing that you’re able to sing better than before you started the program, I’ll insist that you email my team at email@example.com and ask for a full refund.
Why am I so confident in doing this? Because I’ve been training people to sing using this system for the last 20 years. I know that if you commit and pour your heart into this, practicing 30 to 120 minutes for 3 to 6 days a week, anyone who hears you sing will hear and feel the results.
You’ll know you’re ready to raise your singing ability up by several levels if:
1. You’re a beginner but you’ve always had a dream to be a professional singer who sings in a band or another type of performance gig, and you want to make sure that you absolutely NAIL IT right out of the gate by using only the most powerful, easy-to-follow, leading edge training techniques.
2. You’ve been to countless auditions and sometimes you feel like you did a really good job and the people you auditioned for seemed “cool” and it seemed like you were “in.” But then you received a familiar email you keep seeing over and over again. It’s always polite but goes like this: “Thanks for coming out, but we’re looking for something different.” You know that if you could just belt in the head voice and really improve your game, you’d finally get an invitation to join a group.
3. You’ve been in a performance situation for a while and have gotten pretty good, but you haven’t been getting the amount of shows booked that you’d been hoping for, and the gigs you have been getting aren’t exactly at the quality level you know you guys are capable of getting.
4. You’re a professional singer and your band is gaining momentum and popularity, but you know there’s some things you want to improve about your technique and sound so you can reach higher levels of success, and you know that the only way that will happen is by jumping in to learn the most detailed, science backed vocal training method available on the internet.
5. You have no problem spending at least 30 to 120 minutes a day, 3 to 6 days a week going through the course videos and training your voice as long as you know that every second of every moment you spend doing this will help you reach your goals as a professional singer.
6. You’re already spending several hours a week training your voice doing things like working on your vowel pronunciation, breathing from your diaphragm, and trying to bridge your vocal break without cracking.
Only problem is, you’ve been learning by jumping around from Youtube channel to Youtube channel created by other vocal coaches, and without a clear, structured, systematic approach, you’re not actually hearing any progress in your singing.
7. You’re aware of all the profitable doors that will open as a result of you honing your singing craft to the point where you become an irreplaceable, sought after singer who’s able to create the kind of sounds that bands or performance groups need you to make in order to get a continuous stream of revenue from performances.
8. You feel confident grabbing your login to the course knowing that you have a full 14 days to test it out: Either you fully commit and start training like a professional vocal athlete and hear the results in your singing in the next 14 days, or you shoot me and my team an email asking us to hit “undo” on this whole “let’s become a professional singer” experiment.
If you caught yourself nodding to at least 5 of the 8 points above, then I can’t wait to see you on the other side, inside the 4 Pillars of Singing program.
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