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Before seeking voice lessons, consider whether you identify with any of the following sentences:

* I get hoarse after singing for a long time
* I get hoarse after singing loudly
* My voice sounds too operatic
* My voice sounds too pop
* I want a better range
* I donít think my diaphragm is strong enough
* I frequently get a sore throat or laryngitis
* I run out of breath while singing
* My voice sounds too breathy
* My break sounds awkward or draws attention to itself
* My head voice doesnít feel strong
* My chest voice doesnít feel strong
* I feel tense when I sing
* I donít know how to use a mic
* I donít know how to sing with vibrato
* I donít know how to sing without vibrato
* I need a better repertoire
* I canít sing high notes
* I canít sing low notes
* I canít sing fast songs
* I donít think my emotions are coming across when I sing
* I donít think my style is original
* I donít know how to interpret a song

If you identify with any of these sentences, lessons will benefit you greatly! To talk about the possibilities, call me at (541) 767Ė0350. You may also email me.

 

02/02/2007