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How do I find a good vocal coach?

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There are a lot of people to choose from. One whom I know is certified as being good in her field of work and has actually taught well known singers is fully booked and all these others have no feed back. There is one individual in particular who listed her credentials as having a ''PG diploma Music Studies (specialising in opera)'' and another who had a ''BA Hons (1st Class) Music and Performance Arts'' - What do I need to know before hand before looking for a singing teacher?

Someone said 'You need to look for a teacher who is teaching you vocal technique rather than just what to sing'' - But don't all teachers teach technique anyway? Looking forward to any helpful suggestions.

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Go to you tube watch different teachers. Write down a couple you feel comfortable with call them up see if you like them and proceed. College credentials doesn't always equate to good teaching you need to go with your instinct. And then commit for a few months see how it feels. Good luck

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Read through some of these forum posts. There are many good teachers who post here. Of course the man responsible for this forum is a teacher and has a great product. Robert Lunte. Also Ken Tamplin, Keith Richards, Jamie Vendera...... Forum Members Dan Formica, Phil Moufarrege.........

Too many to list but they have given great advice in the past and the fact that they are here and willing to help the rest of us give credence to their character.

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Learn about who their teachers were, listen to the singing of the person to see if it IS something you would like for you, get to known the person and see if it inspires trust/if you get along with the work line. Poor singing, or singing with tons of effort/lack of consistency, just look for someone else.

There isnt much else, you will figure things from there.

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Read through some of these forum posts. There are many good teachers who post here. Of course the man responsible for this forum is a teacher and has a great product. Robert Lunte. Also Ken Tamplin, Keith Richards, Jamie Vendera...... Forum Members Dan Formica, Phil Moufarrege.........

Too many to list but they have given great advice in the past and the fact that they are here and willing to help the rest of us give credence to their character.

The old man can do anything!!! :P

;)

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Skype teachers are a good way to go because you can do a lot of online research about them so you know what you're getting yourself into.

I can tell you first hand the following skype teachers are not "hacks" and are very good at what they do.

Phil Moufarrege

Rob Lunte

Dan Formica

Dante

Felipe Carvalho

But which of those folks is best for you? That's a completely individual thing. So I invite you, and anyone looking for a vocal coach, to do your own research, and the manner Dan Formica suggested is definitely effective

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Read through some of these forum posts. There are many good teachers who post here. Of course the man responsible for this forum is a teacher and has a great product. Robert Lunte. Also Ken Tamplin, Keith Richards, Jamie Vendera...... Forum Members Dan Formica, Phil Moufarrege.........

Too many to list but they have given great advice in the past and the fact that they are here and willing to help the rest of us give credence to their character.

Sorry Kevin, :P I am old and was listening to "The Rolling Stones". Kevin Richards is the Teacher. Keith Richards is the Guitar Player for "The Rolling Stones"

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