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Don't Let Preparation Become Procrastination!

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Robert Lunte from The Vocalist Studio. Don't wait to train, get started now. Stop procrastinating. Too often students want to wait until they have completed the course, read the book and feel they understand everything before actually starting with the physical training. DON'T DO THIS! It can quickly become a subconscious excuse for procrastinating. As you take the course and read the book, you also need to learn via kinesthetics, or learn by doing it, feeling it, hearing it and more.

 

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hi guys. yeah, Ive been lurking a bit lol.

 

Definitely agree with the premise of the vid. For instance the 4 Pillars pdf I have is like 600 pages long. Thats going to take a while to "read through" lol. No need to put off starting actual training. Besides which, you have to have some experience with your own voice etc for stuff in the book to make sense anyway.

 

Peace, JonJon

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23 hours ago, JonJon said:

Besides which, you have to have some experience with your own voice etc for stuff in the book to make sense anyway.

Can't learn how to sing without experiencing kinesthetics.

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1 hour ago, Robert Lunte said:

Can't learn how to sing without experiencing kinesthetics.

I've taught one guy who couldn't feel his resonance at all. It was very odd and hard to teach him. We had to focus on tongue position, rather than resonant placement. Same result, completely different approach.

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Because moving the tongue is going to move resonance the most, over all articulators. I think "we" as coaches tend to underestimate the importance of the tongue. 

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16 minutes ago, Robert Lunte said:

Because moving the tongue is going to move resonance the most, over all articulators. I think "we" as coaches tend to underestimate the importance of the tongue. 

And when a guy like me mentions tongue placement to others I get laughed at. No big deal just another fact that gets lost on others. The sound is made at the vocal folds and shaped by the vocal tract. Everything makes a difference in one way or another. Something that seems stupid at first only makes sense after you experience it.

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