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Hey all

I'm looking for a good online singing program and don't know how to choose between the many options out there.

I'd be grateful to know your thoughts on which program(s) are best and why you chose them/what the results are like?

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Does everyone have the new pillars? If are there any improvements to what is its specific approach to support, a breathy voice, and also the "AH" vowel at bridges what has improved?

None of the other vocal techniques update as frequently as Pillar which imo is very cool but PERSONAL reviews are the best reviews :)

I have CVT the newest one which I believe is 2008 and it has NO workflow... you simply have to pick and diagnose YOURSELF. The last pillars I have 2.0 had full basic routine which imo beats out most of the programs. I have heard some things about KTVA (good reviews) but have not tried it.

Pillars has the most dynamic content (not just books, audio, and video AND an active forum) as far I know but someone who has purchased the newer products would have to let me know :)

ALSO this is just a very personal thing, I think that the HARDCOPY version is almost always better for serious voice literature.

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Does everyone have the new pillars? If are there any improvements to what is its specific approach to support, a breathy voice, and also the "AH" vowel at bridges what has improved?

None of the other vocal techniques update as frequently as Pillar which imo is very cool but PERSONAL reviews are the best reviews :)

I have CVT the newest one which I believe is 2008 and it has NO workflow... you simply have to pick and diagnose YOURSELF. The last pillars I have 2.0 had full basic routine which imo beats out most of the programs. I have heard some things about KTVA (good reviews) but have not tried it.

Pillars has the most dynamic content (not just books, audio, and video AND an active forum) as far I know but someone who has purchased the newer products would have to let me know :)

ALSO this is just a very personal thing, I think that the HARDCOPY version is almost always better for serious voice literature.

Jay, the new "Pillars" is 3.5... I just finished the book about two weeks ago. What I mean by that is, I have finished putting everything in it I always wanted to. It never has been better... these recent updates included detailed training routines for every workout... very cool! Here are some links you can look at to get some ideas about the new updates:

Make sure you review these documents before you make any decision on what program to purchase. There are several good programs, I agree. I want members of this forum to know everything they need to know about "The Four Pillars of Singing" first hand, get the facts... I recommend you start with the Reviews, Table of Contents and then go to the web site to read the specifications and view the video.

http://tinyurl.com/The4PillarsReviews

http://tinyurl.com/4PillarsTableofContents

http://tinyurl.com/The4PillarsOfSinging

http://tinyurl.com/TVSonYouTube

http://tinyurl.com/The4PillarsTrainingRoutines

http://tinyurl.com/TVSTrainingWorkFlows

http://tinyurl.com/TVSMethod

http://tinyurl.com/The4PillarsUpdate

Let me know if you have any questions... send me an email.

This also includes the new TVS Acoustic Modes, which is similar to CVI... families of vowels that share similar resonant energy placements and sound colors... included in these new three TVS Acoustic Modes is the "Ah" vowel... that includes detailed training routines that specify onsets and vowel modification combinations you and combine with "Ah"... and of course, pure "Ah" routines. The new TVS Acoustic Mode, "Neutral" or "Ah" also has its own specialized onset, which is helpful in getting into that sound properly.

The Four Pillars of Singing: Updates for Existing Customers

http://www.thevocaliststudiostore.com/THE-FOUR-PILLARS-OF-SINGING--Upgrade-For-Existing-Clients_p_56.html

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Yes it does:

yes, nice graphic. This is kind of a work flow for their entire concept really... its looks nice. The training work flows in "The Four Pillars of Singing" are actually work flows for training. Each of the 8 specialized onsets have work flows, the bridging and connecting training work flow, the intrinsic anchoring work flow and work flows for four different kinds of screams. If you are interested in training work flows, they were first started here at TVS... at least in regards to using them for training, not just explaining your method...

http://tinyurl.com/TVSTrainingWorkFlows

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