Adulthood Is...

Training Vocal Athletes with Robert Lunte (The Vocal Studio)

April 11, 2018 Episode 35
Adulthood Is...
Training Vocal Athletes with Robert Lunte (The Vocal Studio)
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Adulthood Is...
Training Vocal Athletes with Robert Lunte (The Vocal Studio)
Apr 11, 2018 Episode 35
Jayson C. Lynn / Robert Lunte
In which we discuss the benefits of giving priority to working out and taking care of our voices for more than just singing.
Show Notes
In which we discuss the benefits of giving priority to working out and taking care of our voices for more than just using our vocal abilities for singing. Robert Lunte is the founder of The Vocalist Studio and a globally recognized Master Vocal Coach, Clinician, Author and Singer with over 20 years’ experience. He has trained professional voice coaches and students of singing technique. Mr. Lunte authored and produced the critically acclaimed vocal technique training book and online course, “The Four Pillars of Singing” which has been used by singers and voice coaches in over 120 countries around the world. The unique TVS training method helps singers build new motor skills, muscle memory, strength and coordination for expanding vocal range, endurance and agility. The TVS Method focuses on the mission to coach “vocal athletes” to achieve maximum range, complete vocal freedom, with a voice of freedom and power.

Where We’re Going…

0:00 – Intro 2:00 – Why do people tend to overlook vocal coaching and training their voices? 11:15 – Can anyone be a singer? Myth or Fact? 14:29 – If I don’t have the confidence to sing or public speak, how do I grasps it to actually get training? 17:10 – I’m ready to start, now what? 21:00 – Why does vocal training matter to non-singers? 22:09 – Self-assessing the need for training? Is it even possible? 24:43 – What is sound color? 27:49 – Masterclass Schedule 29:30 – Since your job is singing, what do you do in your downtime? 34:51 – Inner child question  

Quotes:

“First of there’s vocal coaching and then teaching vocal training” “So early on I had the opportunity to be exposed to one of the greatest contemporary voice coaches of all time.” “Teaching people how to train to become singers was something that I had a gift for. It was not something I planned.” “It’s only when I started dabbling in it that I realized I had a gift.” “Singing is an athletic endeavor.” “One of the things that great voice coaches can do is we sort of see inside the voice or hear inside the voice.” “A microphone is like a motorcycle, it has a function and a beauty to it.”  

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