THE TOP QUESTIONS
ABOUT TVS VOCAL TRAINING
|What makes this vocal training program different than other programs I am considering?||
The Four Pillars of Singing is a lexicon of all the top ideas, inside of one program. Unlike other programs, The Four Pillars of Singing was written and produced to be inclusive of all the best ideas from Robert Lunte, with influences from other methods that get results. The TVS course and book are about getting students’ results.
No other system has more content and care into teaching students how to apply the techniques they learn to practical training routines so you can practice and experience real, noticeable and lasting results.
If you are willing to practice and do the work, this is the program that will take your voice to a new level more than any other training experience.
|What kind of customer support will I receive after I become a client?||
Robert Lunte is offering a real-time chat service on this web site.
When Robert is not teaching, he will be available in-person to help you to get organized, learn how to use the system and answer questions about your training along the way. Robert Lunte is available for his clients. Emails are also encouraged.
|Can The Four Pillars of Singing help me to increase my singing range and stop pushing?||
ABSOLUTELY! Increasing your ability to sing higher is one of the main points of vocal training and certainly is the primary objective that The Four Pillars of Singing is showing people how to improve.
Removing the feelings of constriction and pushing from singing high notes is one of the primary purposes of vocal training and no other program has dedicated its research and techniques more to a free and seamless voice than The Four Pillars of Singing.
Great freedom when singing and removing obstacles that are getting in your way, is what is going to happen when you commit to this training program and the routines found here.
|Can The Four Pillars of Singing help me to learn any style of singing?
It is very important to not confuse vocal technique training with stylistic coaching.
Both are equally important, but understand that they are different. View Videos >>>.
You will learn how the singing voice works from this program. Additionally, by following the integrated training routines, and the lessons in this program, your voice will grow physically stronger and will become more coordinated.
Singing is an athletic endeavor and you have to train like a vocal athlete to make progress.
Singing songs is equally important, but if you do not build strength and coordination through training, especially for beginners, you will not be able to sing songs well.
The objective is to train your voice so that you can have the freedom to sing any style you want. As for Robert Lunte and his singing or what he does on videos, that is how Robert chooses to use his voice when he sings and demonstrations. By no means does it imply that this is how you will use your voice. Everyone is different, we all have different interests in styles, passions about music and capabilities.
You will train with The Four Pillars of Singing, to explore and discover YOUR voice, not Robert Lunte’s voice, or any other teacher or artist’s voice.
Concerning yourself with “how to sing like someone else” is something that students and singers need to grow out of at some point. This is a beginner and amateurish concern. Get more realistic and focus on exploring your voice and capabilities to discover how to sing like YOU!
|How long will it take before I begin to see results?||
Progress depends on a lot of different factors such as; work ethic, the anatomy of the singer (physical attributes that are favorable), age, how much you practice and many other variables.
However, based on experience, most people will see radical results within 3 – 10 weeks. To achieve this, it is recommended that a student train hard in the beginning approximately 3 to 6 days a week, for at least 1 to 2 hours each day.
|Will this training system actually show me how to apply the techniques and train?||Absolutely, like no other program can. The Four Pillars of Singing is a lot about training, learning how to apply the techniques you learn in the lessons and books, and then committing to a practice routine.|
|Does the product come with download files as well as the online course?||Yes.
Each purchase comes with downloads of the most essential training files (audio & video) you will need for training.
Great for copying to your smartphone or burning CDs. Great for practicing in the car.
|What is the difference between the book and the course?||
The book and the course work together. The course consists of over 167 lessons inside this web site that are multimedia presentations, each with a video, copy, graphics, tables, illustrations, and a quiz to measure your progress.
The book is available as an eBook (PDF). It is also available as a hard copy. The hard copy is custom designed and shipped to you. It is full color and signed by Robert Lunte personally. The hard copy book costs $99 and can be found under “Additional Options” on the product page for The Four Pillars of Singing.
The book complements the online course. They work together to make a cohesive program and because the book is over 616 pages, it is advised that you purchase the hard copy if you can, although it is not required.
Click HERE >>> to learn more about the benefits of the hard copy book and to purchase it separately.
|If I purchase lessons, can I use them at any time?||Yes.
|It seems that some people are born with the ability to sing well, can I really do this?||
The idea that some people are born to sing and others are not is not entirely true. There is a margin of “gift” that should be accounted for, however, for most people, if they train hard and have a great program to work with, they do actually learn how to sing pretty well.
Most people have intuition and physiology to sing well. Your chances for success are 80% due to your ability to commit and work hard. Those that cannot learn how to sing, no matter how hard they try, is very rare! Nine out of ten people can learn to sing and get better. Usually, a lot better!
|Is The Four Pillars of Singing suited for beginners?||Yes, of course! Robert Lunte works with singers of every level of experience. There would be no point in developing a vocal training course and program that doesn’t address everyone’s needs, ESPECIALLY, beginners. Also, even if someone is an experienced singer and has had training before, they still are a “beginner” in learning the TVS Method of training.|
|What are the top FIVE most important techniques and skills singers will learn by studying the TVS Method?||
EXPANDING YOUR RANGE:
(Bridging & Connecting Skills)
The TVS Method believes that all singers need and want two primary skills that can only be fully understood and mastered with vocal training. The two skills are the ability to seamlessly bridge the vocal registers (“chest voice” and “head voice” ), and then build the strength to sing with “chest” or belt sound color on high notes, or in the “head voice”. These two skills are referred to as “Bridging & Connecting”.
The TVS Method has long been recognized to be the foremost method to experience quick results with register bridging. If you want to expand your vocal range and vocal color by gaining command and control of your vocal register bridging skills, there is no other program that offers you a more clear explanation, techniques, and guidance on how to train this skill, then TVS and The Four Pillars of Singing training program.
|How do I know I am getting what I need from my vocal training?||
QUESTIONS YOU MUST ASK YOURSELF:
How do I begin my training at TVS? What do you recommend?
We recommend that you start with The New Student Package and immediately begin studying and training the lessons and content. For students that want to improve their chance for success, private lessons with Robert Lunte at in person and over the internet (skype) are highly recommended so you can learn how to properly use The Four Pillars of Singing training system and understand the training methodology so you won’t practice mistakes.
Lastly, for the most serious commitments, consider The TVS Training Intensive Program that offers 12, 16, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40-hour training sessions in person with Robert Lunte at TVS studios in Seattle, WA. Students that participate in the TVS Training Intensive, will train in person with Robert Lunte for 2 to 3 hours every morning for 2 – 3 weeks, depending on which package the student chooses. Training intensive clients gain the greatest insights on how their singing voices work, how to train the TVS Methodology, experience the greatest amount of progress in the shortest amount of time, work on their songs (setlists) and even produce professional recordings and videos of the songs that were worked on with Robert Lunte during the training intensive.
THE FOUR PILLARS OF SINGING
The Table of Contents