Many often heard the combination of “voice acting” in music schools, but not everyone understands exactly what it means. Some people call it a set of exercises designed to give the voice a specific manner of singing, while others think that this is its tuning to the correct singing, according to the requirements of vocal art. In fact, voice production is the initial stage in teaching vocal art, depending on its direction and the natural features of the voice of a novice vocalist. There is an academic and folk voice production, jazz and pop, as well as a choral voice based on classical vocals. It includes not only vocal exercises, but also characteristic chants in the framework of a suitable direction for the development of your voice. How voice performance differs from vocal lessons Many music schools have vocal and voice lessons.
At first glance, they almost do not differ from each other, but in fact they have a different orientation. Continue reading