The Middle Voice
Your Middle Voice in just 15 minutes for 21 days
Are you willing to devote just 15 minutes for 3 weeks to have a breakthrough in your voice? If you could sing with more power and confidence and nail those high notes, would you put in the time to see it happen? Don’t you want your friends, family and FANS to applaud you and say, “Wow, what happened? When did you learn to sing like THAT??!!”
It is possible to establish your middle voice with just a 15 minute workout for 21 days. I provide you with the exercises (both male and female exercises) to open up this part of your voice. Skeptical? This is guaranteed. You can even get a full refund for up to 60 days! But, we are confident that if you put the time in, you will see improvement.
How Does the Middle Voice Method Work?
Does merely learning about The Middle Voice Method automatically improve your singing? As important as learning the right things are, like an athlete, improvement will not happen without consistent practice. And we’ve made that easy for you. In addition to all the lessons you see above, complete workouts for men AND women are included.
In addition to the the Middle Voice Method Complete Workout, you will receive the The Top 10 Problems Singers Face and How to Solve Them Complete Workout. These exercises are tailored to address the 10 most common problems singers face with laser-like precision. Steady application of these exercises will conquer these vocal challenges.
How the Middle Voice Vocal Exercises Work
You get expert teaching on the Middle Voice Method–step by step instruction on how your voice works, what you need to do to tap into its potential and then two complete workouts targeting various parts of your voice. Think of your voice the way an athlete thinks of his or her muscles. They have to keep them in shape and build them up to accomplish what they want to do on the playing field. They don’t just do any exercises either. Their trainers know which exercise will benefit them the most and use those exercises to improve their game. Marjorie’s Middle Voice Method targets exercises that open up this middle part of the voice to create a seamless sound from top to bottom.
What You Will Receive with the Middle Voice Method
Here is an overview of the audio lessons; lessons that students of this method pay $100/hour or more to learn. You will grow as a singer like never before. Take a look at the thumbnail sketches of these great lessons.
Introduction The Middle Voice Method
Breath Support and Control; Belly Breathing
The first lesson gives simple and valuable instruction on the breathing technique singers need to utilize. Often called belly breathing or diaphragmatic breathing, great breath support and control is essential to creating a powerful controlled singing voice.
Vocal Registers: Head, Chest and The Middle Voice
Learn what your vocal registers are, how to connect your breaks and create a beautiful consistent tone through out all of your range. This lesson focuses on blending the registers and lengthening the vocal range.
Expanding the Range
Lesson 4 introduces the great range expanders- the lip roll and the tongue trill. These are awesome exercises for singing higher and lower than you ever have before.
Middle Voice: Finding the Blend Between Head and Chest Voices
Marjorie’s story of finally finding the connection between the head voice and chest voice registers. This lesson includes examples of head, chest and middle voice on the same note.
Understanding and Using Vibrato
This is a simple straightforward approach to finding and taming the vibrato. Learning to control vibrato and use straight tone can really help a singer communicate a song effectively. Lesson 6 includes great exercises for vibrato and straight tone.
Middle Voice: Vocal Care Tips for Singers
Practical steps to help you take care of your voice. Included in this lesson:
- Warm-up routines
- How much water to drink?
- Eliminating straining
- Visual clues to great singing
- Experiment and eliminate bad habits
The Top 10 Problems Singers Face & How to Solve Them
In addition to the foundational lessons in the Middle Voice Method, you will receive the The Top 10 Problems Singers Face and How to Solve Them. After years of expert instruction and gleaning from thousands of students’ experience, common problems emerged. The solutions to these 10 most common problems are taught in detail. Here’s what you will learn.
Your Middle Voice: The TOP 10 Problems Singers Face and How to Solve Them
Clear and concise exercises are introduced as well as tips and examples to improve the voice and overcome the most common difficulties that singers encounter. This program is guaranteed to improve your range, tone and flexibility and to help you enjoy a life time of great singing.
- Vocal Registers
Here is a great overview of the vocal registers before we tackle the 10 problems. Marjorie gives brief descriptions of the Head, Chest and Middle Voice.
- No Power
Many singers struggle with having a weak tone and not a lot of power or volume. By connecting our singing voice to our speaking voice we can tap into a natural and strain-free full tone. Examples of how to connect speaking and singing voice. Sample practice exercise for a confident beautiful sound.
- Stress and Strain
Singers strain when the engage external muscles to do the work of the internal vocal folds. Signs of strain are tightening of the jaw, raising or lowering the chin and tension in the neck or chest or facial muscles
- How to Last
This lesson gives the singer several tips to help his or her last note sound as strong, robust and painless as the first.
- Expanding the Vocal Range
A consistent challenging workout that is free of stress and strain will increase range, flexibility and control. Explore uncharted territory in your vocal range with the lip roll.
- Chest Voice Trap
This lesson helps singers’ who regularly “pull-up” notes in their chest voice. It offers help and relief for singers who strain by trying to sing too high in their chest voice. This lesson gives great examples and exercises for finding the mixed voice. Singers will also hear examples of the chest and middle voice. Listen and sing these examples and you will be on your way to connecting your registers with a smooth, consistent and healthy sound.
- Weak Head Voice
Innovative sounds to connect you to your head voice. Tips for strengthening and workout your upper range.
- Stuck in a “Classical Head Voice”
Finding and using the chest voice can be new and awkward if a singer has primarily used their head voice. These tips and exercises will help you expand your range and gain power and control on the lower notes of your register.
- Vibrato and Straight Tone
This discussion about how and when a singer should use vibrato could quickly change the way you sing. This lesson includes the 1-2-3-4-5 exercise example on straight tone, vibrato and the combination of the two.
- Tips for Getting Those Low Notes
This quick little tip can help you gain a note or two in that lower register. Remember to speak it not to force it.
- Get Over Your Voice
It is all about the lyrics. Learn to communicate the song and create a powerful connection with your audience.
Motivation to Work On Your Middle Voice
Your voice is guaranteed to improve with these methods and exercises.
Your Middle Voice and Riding a Bike
Do you remember learning to ride a bike? It was no fun at first. Falling down, getting back up, falling down, getting back up, etc., etc. There were tears. There were skinned knees. There was, hopefully, encouraging words from your parents. Then, all of a sudden, a light bulb went off in your body and you could do it. Your muscles were TRAINED and your brain was TRAINED to ride a bike. It was like flying! And from that moment you never forgot how to do it.
It is same with your voice. Once you experience the Middle Voice, your throat and vocal cords and brain and mouth and everything else that is involved in singing will start to work together. You have a new skill that you have worked into your voice and you will have it forever.
Fortunately for you, you won’t have to hit the pavement and skin your knees to develop this skill. Just a few minutes a day for several days in a row and you WILL learn. It is not hard. You can do it in your car, in your home, wherever you can get a few minutes and those around you don’t mind you making weird sounds! It’s as simple as that.
Vocal Coach in a Box – the Middle Voice Method
You may live in a music center, like L.A. or Nashville and have access to vocal coaches that teach the principles in this method. They are out there. I learned from one myself. But they are expensive. Expect to pay anywhere from $150 to $300+ per hour. And you will need several sessions to begin to see improvement. You can learn with the Middle Voice Method in the comfort of your own home for a fraction of that cost.
Traditional voice teachers, found in most cities, do not understand this Middle Voice Method and will generally teach you sing in your “head voice” all the time. If a voice teacher says to you “Learn to sing the ‘right way’ first with classical music, then you can sing anything, any style, better” don’t believe them. It simply is not true. If you want to sing in an operatic style, great. But if you want to sing in a popular style, the Middle Voice Method is the ticket.
Are you ready to sing with Your Middle Voice? Are you ready for an adventure? A new singing voice awaits you. All you need to do is commit 15 minutes a day for 21 days. Learn the technique and sing the exercises. Don’t be discouraged if the exercises feel strange at first. Just be faithful to work-out your voice with them. It won’t be long before the light bulb goes off and you are singing with confidence in your Middle Voice.
For private lessons I charge $100/hour, more when I travel. I think I am good and that the lessons are worth it. I work hard and give my clients 100%. Even in my small town, I have a waiting list. But it does take several lessons to start seeing the progress I expect. The good news for you is that I have distilled the essentials of what I teach into what amounts to 4 CDs of material—teaching and vocal work-outs for about the cost of 1 lesson!
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