Superior Singing Method Review
The Superior Singing Method is a collection of MP3 files and instructions that help people improve their signing through a combination of instruction and practice. While this program won’t offer much to those who have had actual vocal coaching and song training, for those who don’t have an instructor on hand, it offers some solid, helpful tricks of the trade to turn someone into a much better singer than he or she would be otherwise.
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How Does It Work?
The Superior Singing Method is actually quite simple when one gets down to the bare bones of the program’s setup. It’s completely hosted online, so people who choose to take part can just click the files they need and download them. All told there are 50 lessons that take users through all of the necessary parts of singing, from the warm up to the actual singing to cool down and strengthening. It’s expected that program participants do the lessons in order to get the best possible results from their efforts.
Tuning The User
The program works from the ground up to tune the user’s voice like it’s an instrument. The lessons begin with a basic explanation of what’s being covered, and then they provide a simple assignment for the user to go through. Maybe it’s a set of breathing exercises, or a simple tuning up of the vocal cords before one goes through and sings an actual song from beginning to end. When done in order and learned, all of these different exercises teach the user how to tune his or her voice like an instrument. It doesn’t matter what genre of music someone sings either. Rock and roll, R&B, jazz, pop and others, all of them benefit from a knowledge of how to sing and what someone should and shouldn’t do with their voice.
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
On the one hand, the Superior Singing Method has a lot to offer for those who need help training their voices and making them into something that will pass muster. It’s easy to use, doesn’t take up any unnecessary room in one’s study, and it can be listened to and run through over and over again until someone feels they’ve gotten it just right. As far as an instruction manual for those who don’t have any official voice training, it’s a very useful way to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
There are downsides to this program, of course. For instance, for more visual learners, the videos and visual aids are very basic and not overly illustrative. For those who have undergone professional voice training, there’s little enough chance that there’s something in the program that an actual, flesh and blood voice teacher wouldn’t or didn’t cover. Additionally, while helpful for most people, the program still takes time and personal dedication to get through. Unless someone is willing to put in the hours and to actually do all of the exercises listed in the program, then that person simply isn’t going to see the increases in his or her singing that the program promises. As with a foreign language or body building regimen, the onus is on the person that wants to improve him or herself to make the change they want to see happen for themselves.
Reviewed by Jenny Delfino