L A V O I X S T U D I O ' S V O C A L T E C H N I Q U E
The Balanced Voice Method
The Balanced Voice Method was develop over a course of years and derived from the celebrity vocal coach who also studied and trained with SLS for numerous of years, as well as with other vocal teachers at a higher level that had been associated with the SLS organization.
A good speaking voice as well as singer's voice should be able to be controlled by three things, air pressure, cord closure and vowels. With a balance of these three things, a student is able to achieve the balanced voice technique. We accomplish this by demonstrating and having students practice vocal exercises to control and balance their air pressure, cord closure and vowels. We also teach students audition and performance preparation. With the balanced voice method students will retain the skills which will allow them to sing or adapt to any style or genre of music they want, Broadway, Classical, Opera, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Blues, R&B, Soul, Blue Grass, Rock, Pop, Country, Gospel music, etc...
By studying and training with our vocal instructors, students will have the opportunity to learn to strengthen and control their voices, reach expanded ranges without vocal strain, which is just the beginning of how the technique works for so many and could help you develop your own sound.
We work with actors, speakers, beginning, intermediate, advanced and professional singers, etc... For more information about how the balanced voice method works, please contact us to speak to a vocal coach to obtain more details.
We provide music classes to our students so they can develop their craft such as sight reading classes for singers and musicians to learn how to read music. Please see Studio Class Events for more information and class schedules.
*At our studio office, on site, we offer Private Voice Lessons with a Vocal Instructor as well as providing the option of having Lessons
Online. This enables us and our students to be able to have our studio teach anyone in the world through the internet. For more
information about the different types of classes that are available, go to our studio classes.