Vocal Coaching with Aled
A new approach to learning to sing:
If you are anything like me, when you think of singing lessons, the first thing that your mind conjures up is the image of hours spent in front of a piano learning to pitch scales whilst an omnipotent singing teacher, ruler in hand, hovers over you.
Of course, I doubt any lessons are actually like that these days and things are far more relaxed but that being said, even modern singing lessons and the way that we measure someone's singing ability are modeled on pretty much the same archaic design.
Is there a better way?
Luckily, the answer is yes.
"I have always found that the best way to train your voice is through recording and analysis. That is the only way not to hold your own performance to someone else's ideals and ability. By recording a vocal take, sitting down, and listening back to your own performance, only then can you understand where there is room for improvement and where there is something that is truly unique to your own voice that should be preserved and cultivated. It's also the only way to really understand the voice that you are projecting out to the world and not the combination of your voices' internal resonance."