#vasundharavee #soulsinger #mumbai #delhi #voicelessons Picture credit : Michael Dziedzic If you look around at some of the greats, people who make their instruments sing, those whose chops are incredible and their soulfulness beyond comprehension. They all do one very important thing They pursue at least one discipline outside music. Victor Wooten, one of the Gods of Bass, practices Martial Arts and Animal Tracking in the wild.
Closer home, Uncle Louiz Banks is a phenomenal
#vasundharavee #singer #india #mumbai #delhi #soulsinger #voicelessons #theschoolofvoice Photo Credit : Obafemi Moyosade I'm talking about this today because over the last few days, three of my students have said that they are Moody. And so they can't get themselves to practice. I have this too. I have extreme trouble with starting things. The big problem is that as soon as we say we are MOODY, we shut ourselves down. We have concluded our story. We have pronounced ourselves
#vasundharavee #soulsinger #india #voicelessons #theschoolofvoice Photo by Joe Green on Unsplash All babies are born sounding pretty much the same. If you place babies from different countries next to each other, blindfold yourself and listen, you won't be able to tell them apart by culture. At best, the trained ear of a mother could pick out her baby by its sound. When we grow up, the story is entirely different. No two voices are the same. It's considered an art to be able
#vasundharavee #vasundhara #soulsinger #india #schoolofvoice #voicelessons #contact Photo credit : Soundtrap Practice is always part of a Method. Any good method has tried and tested steps that work in a certain order. Practice is basically self-teaching. You need to be equal parts methodical and creative with yourself to get the best results.
First, we must break down our vocal goals and figure out which segments they belong to.
It's important the break your practice regi