Our acting classes are specialized for vocalist and singers. We are aware how hard is to control your voice when you are nervous and when you are afraid. Therefore, we teach our students how to handle the pressure and how to overcome it. Our practice is even to record you to teach you how to ignore cameras.
The Beginning Vocalist may have little idea of how to start developing their talent into a potential career. Often, they have no support or guidance. More often, they just don’t realize that the support they need is all around them. They don’t recognize it or know how to obtain it. This is where Singer Help may be able to assist.
I am not a big-time record producer or even a famous talent manager. I do not make my living in the music industry (not directly, at any rate). I have, however, been around music for most of my life and have the basic understandings of how the industry works. I have the support of a Team of people who have experience in music, business, advertising, and public relations. I’m just a guy with some time, knowledge, and a desire to help some young people try to obtain their dreams.
There will be no contractual commitment (written, verbal, or implied) with me. You will not have to pay me for my help. You may take my advice, or you may choose to ignore or modify any aspect of it. You may discontinue communicating with me at any time you choose. You will never have to meet with me. There can be, at least initially, a large degree of anonymity.
I work one-on-one with those I decide to help. I do not publish a bunch of articles on web pages for you to search through, trying to find what you need. We communicate with one another, and I respond to your particular situation with timely, specific advice. I may refer you to something I or someone else has previously written but, when I do, it will be relevant information and in direct response to your current need.
So, if this sounds like you; 1) You feel that you have some real vocal talent, 2) You wish to investigate the prospects of building a career around that talent, 3) You are willing to work hard at it, and 4) You don’t know how to get started; please, continue reading.