The Four Pillars of Singing – Reviewed by a Vocal Coach
Robert Lunte has a very unique style of delivery in his teaching videos.
It is very entertaining and intriguing to watch him teach.
From my personal encounter with him on live chat, I found Robert to be very knowledgeable and passionate about singing pedagogy and teaching.
After using this singing course personally, I will offer my special review with Robert Lunte’s online singing course – The Four Pillars of Singing.
The Four Pillars of Singing Review Summary
Product: The Four Pillars of Singing
Description: The Four Pillars of Singing is a complete online singing course developed by vocal coach Robert Lunte that focuses on improving all the essential areas of singing for students, mainly including coordination training and strength building.
Best for: Singers of all levels
Product Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
One of the Highest-Rated Online Singing Program!
Robert Lunte’s singing program The Four Pillars of Singing has earned a total of over 1600 positive reviews on different platforms such as Udemy, Facebook, The Vocalist Studio site, etc.
And after going through the training myself, I fully understand why this program has gained so much recognition on the Internet.
In my opinion, The Four Pillars of Singing is one of the highest-quality online singing program in the market.
What’s so unique about The Four Pillars of Singing?
There are basically two opposing camps in the singing-teaching industry right now – Mix singing vs. Vocal Strength building.
Mix teaches singers to bridge and connect their vocal registers, and Strength-Building camp trains singers to build powerful vocal muscle like going to the gym.
In The Four Pillars of Singing, Robert successfully integrated these 2 methods into one complete training program that makes up for each others weaknesses.
For instance, Robert has an exercise that is very similar to what Speech Level Singing does that is called “Lift up- Pull Back,” designed to help singers to bridge through their breaks from chest to head voice in a soft octave siren.
On the other hand, Robert has intensive training routines designed for building up true belt voice in the upper register with a strong ascending siren.
What’s included in this singing course
Inside The Four Pillars of Singing are 13 modules and 175 video lessons. All filmed by Robert himself.
The videos can be broken down into 2 major categories:
Robert explains complex theories in a very simple and comprehensive way.
I’ve noticed one of Robert’s greatest gifts is that he can take very profound and sophisticated theory and break them down to simplicity that everyone can understand.
You will see that Robert uses a lot of “sign languages” to illustrate his points. It’s totally helpful in understanding the abstract concepts of singing.
He also uses visual aids in his lessons with bullet points that show the major ideas in his teachings.
2. Training Routines
There are hundred of training routines for singer to practices, whether it be coordination training or strength building in this program.
The training routines are all recorded by Robert himself.
In other words, he not only shows you how it’s done, he sings every single exercise up and down the scale with you – hundreds of them.
No vocal coach does that.
Usually we start you off with the first scale, then guide you through the rest by playing the piano.
The advantage of this is that he proves to you that it CAN be done.
In one of his belt voice training videos, I have heard him hit High Cs and above in full voice. And Robert is not a tenor – he’s a baritone.
A lot of vocal coaches on the internet is all talk. Many of them can’t really hit those high notes in full voice themselves.
Not in Robert’s case.
The Highest Quality Training Platform – An Inside look
The Four Pillars of Singing is one of the most well-structured and professionally organized online training platform for singing in the world.
The quality of the training platform make all the other singing programs look elementary.
Preparing for Your Study & Training Module
When you first log in, you will see first a section that welcomes you and explains to you what’s included in the program. It’s like new student orientation.
When I first started using this program, I didn’t spend too much time here, because I couldn’t wait to get started with the lessons.
Techniques & Myth Busting Module
Robert starts the singing course by first explaining his methods and busting the common myths of singing.
This section is very helpful before the real training begins because it really clears a lot of the confusion from the common myths about singing.
He is very clear and precise in his explanations.
What I love most is his ability to convey abstract singing concepts by breaking them down, explaining every bit of information that he breaks down, and gives a complete picture of the puzzles to the students.
Let’s take a look at one of the video lessons in this section that has helped me a lot in my own training – the Most Difficult Notes:
TVS Methodology Module
The Four Pillars of Singing is an online singing program produced by The Vocalist Studio (TVS) with Robert Lunte as its founder.
In this module, Robert explains his methodology and the training tools that he uses, which centers around the bridging of registers, specialized onsets, vocal modes, siren and onset exercises, and vowel training.
The methodology and training system of this singing program put together by Robert Lunte is truly unique and original.
The 8 specialized onset training is truly one of a kind with very specific workflows that help a singer solve every vocal program one may encounter. I will explain more is the next section.
Onset Lectures Module
Before I met Robert on the internet, I didn’t know what an onset is, even after years of vocal training.
Onsets are the beginning of a sound. How you start a sound is critical to your singing, because it determines if you are going to sound good or bad.
Robert developed 8 specialized onsets, each with its very designated function to solve certain vocal problems and train vocal strength.
Each onset exercise is further broken down into workflows. I love how he uses visual aids in his lectures. It makes things really clear as to why he design every exercise and every workflow.
The Most Complete Training Program for Singing
There are a total of 13 modules in this complete training course for singing.
The rest of the modules include Physical Modes, Acoustic Modes, Vocal Effects, Training Warm-ups, Training Onsets & Sirens, Training Intermediate Demonstrations, Training Advanced Demonstrations, etc.
Everything you ever need to train for singing is covered in this program.
There are so much offered in this program that it’s impossible to go over everything.
One more thing I do want show you about The Four Pillars of Singing is the easy-to-navigate training platform on the site.
Despite the fact that there are tremendous contents on the site, all of the materials are very neatly organized in every lesson.
The whole program is extremely well-structured that you never lose your place.
The Best Customer Service Live Chat in the Industry
Despite some of the trash talks on the Internet, I find Robert to be very down-to-earth and caring ( You heard me right) for students and customers.
Robert is very approachable on his website. He answers questions personally on the Live Chat on his website.
How many CEO or founder of a company can you talk to directly on the internet?
Every time I used the Live Chat on the site, I have never had anyone answer it other than Robert himself. That’s how I got to know him.
The coolest thing is – anyone can talk to him through Live Chat.
Just go to the website and talk to him NOW!
The Pros and Cons of The Four Pillars of Singing
The highest qualities shown in every aspect of this world class singing program makes it hard to offer a balanced pros-and-cons list.
But, a review is a review. I will attempt to give you a more balanced perspective:
- Hundreds of training routines for singers
- HD Demonstration & Training Videos
- Strong theory and detailed explanations
- Most complete training program for singers
- Affordable price for the highest quality program.
- One-time payment. Lifetime access to platform.
- Best customer service. Robert himself answers the Live Chat on his website.
- Teaching could be too detailed for beginning students.
- The tremendous teaching materials could be overwhelming to students.
- People don’t like Robert’s own singing style. He’s a rocker with a unique singing tone. People discredit him as a vocal coach because of his style.
- No refund policy. All sales are final.
Finally, how much does it cost? A great deal for a great program!
Currently, the basic package for the entire program is just $199 – and yes, I said “just.” This is a complete high-quality vocal program that you can use for a lifetime to train your voice.
Honestly, I think Robert is selling himself short for setting the price this low. This training course is his lifetime’s work. He told me personally he killed himself building it.
Now, you can have lifetime access for a measly 199 bucks. I say measly in comparison to the amount and quality of training content you’ll get.
In case you’re hesitant about the price, go and ask any vocal students how much they have spent in total on vocal training.
This price is absolutely DWARFED by the cost of traditional training.
I know because I personally have spent a fortune – still doing it!
Should you invest in this program? My Final Conclusion
The Four Pillars of Singing is one of the top, if not THE TOP, vocal training programs on the market right now. To get a program at this scale and level, you need at least 200 bucks for similar products.
It is so complete in which every aspect of singing is being addressed and covered in the lectures and training.
It costs around 150 bucks for one single vocal lesson with a world-class vocal coach, some have even higher rates.
And you pay 199 bucks for lifetime access to The Four Pillars of Singing? That’s really crazy…
If you are thinking about buying a singing course like this but are struggling with spending money, let me have a word with you.
If you have a passion for music, why wouldn’t you invest in yourself to get a high-quality vocal training like this?
If you truly want to be a great singer, this program is for you.
If you are truly passionate about becoming a great singer, you will not hesitate in making a purchase at such a good price. Yes, it’s very, very good price.
I personally pay $400 every month for my own vocal training.
Fortunately, you don’t have to pay that kind of money with this program.
If you’re passionate about becoming a great singer, do yourself a favor and try this program. You won’t regret it!
If you have any questions, feel free to comment below. I’ll be more than happy to discuss with you.
To great singing,
The trainers are often not better performers and the trainees, because they spend all their time helping people, instead of doing it themselves. I have had some teachers who are not better singers than me, but they are more knowledgeable in vocal training and pedagogy. I don’t know about his personal problems, but I have tried the singing course, and it’s very impressive, comprehensive, and well-rounded. It’s one of the best online singing course I’ve seen.
Well this is the logic that lots of vocal coaches are using inorder to cover up their bad singing. Rex I’m gonna ask you one thing and you just make sure you have the answer for it. If a vocal coach is an expert in a certain vocal technique/pedagogy, and claims to teach you and give you wonderful results , yet why would he not be able to transform himself into a better singer? If he has the knowledge and wisdom to transform anyone why couldn’t he transform himself into something great?
You see a vocal coach must be a great singer too . He should sing!!
There are two types of vocal coaches all over the world .
1)One who helps you make sounds.
2) one who teaches you singing.
I see where you’re coming from. And you have a very sound argument. I do agree that vocal coach should sing well before they teach other people, if we are living in a perfect world. But, from my own experiences, I know a lot of great teachers that are not better singers than me, yet they are more knowledgeable and knows how to communicate the very abstract concept and complicated vocal methods in a very comprehensive way. In fact, that is exactly their specialty. On the other hand, I know a lot of great singers who are horrible teachers. Do you think Pavarotti would had been a great vocal coach? I certainly don’t think so, because he was inexperienced in teaching singing.
However, I do think a good vocal coach has to be at least a proficient singer themselves.
Just something for you to think about.
I do sing… and so do my students… here are productions of me and my students “stepping up”.
“… transform myself into a better singer… “… LOL. I have done exactly that. I can cite numerous techniques that are now in the TVS training program and the stories of discovery behind it… that transformed me into a better singer by training the techniques. I train my own techniques and most certainly have made huge leaps forward in strength and coordination from it. That is a common way that the course develops. I work on new ideas, train it, get better from it and then put it in the course and pass it on to my students. This can only happen by remaining humble and open-minded to new ideas.
Thanks for stopping by, Robert! It’s an honor to have you here.
But you said you were a SLS guy then how do you recommend this product as your top recommendation.
SLS is very hard to teach. It’s almost impossible to teach over an online course like Singing Success, etc., because there are a lot of nuances in vowel adjustment, formant tuning, and other very subtle maneuvers. You really need a good trainer beside you to work on your voice directly if you want to advance. Because of its sophistication, different SLS teachers understand the method differently, which really adds to the confusion. I wouldn’t recommend an SLS online program unless you are working with a very, very good teacher at the same time.
On the other hand, Robert’s program is very comprehensive. He is very clear and thorough in his explanation of his vocal concepts. I don’t agree with everything he teaches, but most parts of the program I could endorse. It’s really something you could train on your own.
Rex is “pillars” or “superiori” online course better for beginners?
Of course, it’s the most well-rounded singing course I know on the market.
I meant the Robert Lunte’s course is good for all levels of singers.
Nithin is a troll Rex. He isn’t here to comment on singing programs. Likely not a real customer.
Is this program good for beginners? Or is the other program “superior online” better for beginners?
Thank you so much for the reviews, helped me a lot! First I searched for reviews regarding the Superior Singing Method, but after having read your reviews, I’ll go for Robert Lunte’s program.
However, it’s almost 200 USD again, not $99. I’m not sure whether I should wait a bit until the price drops again, or it was just a one-time thing. I’m broke at the moment, but I really want to work on my voice.
I would really appreciate your advice on my issue.
Sorry for this late reply! If you don’t have the budget to own the whole program, I would suggest that you invest in one private online lesson with Robert. Just talk to him on https://thevocaliststudio.com/. He is always on live chat, which is really cool because you don’t get to talk to the producers of any singing program. He’s the only one that does that. His lessons are not super expensive from what I remember. I think it’s around $70 for a full lesson. Do that once every 3-6 month. I did that with a master teacher when I was broke back then. It worked really well because the exercises they give are usually very effective. And when you have the budget, invest in the full program – it’s really good! I love how he explains the vocal concept in very comprehensive forms. Hope this helps!
The price will not be coming down Johanna. I am happy to answer questions you have. Feel free to contact me on my contact page here: https://thevocaliststudio.com/contact/
I’m very interested in buying the program and to include at least 1 lesson. Wondering if I can pay the $199 the 1st month, then pay another $150 in the second month? Is this type of financial arrangement possible? Thanks for your consideration
I am an independent blogger, not an employee of Robert. You will have to talk to them with their live chat on their homepage. It’s usually Robert himself on live chat so that’s really cool. You can talk to him directly. Hope this helps!
Hi Rex! Great review! New to your blog and I am really liking the content.
I have been taking lessons for a few months now and it’s been great. Unfortunately the monthly cost is a bit much while still in college and I’ve been looking for a program that might have a one time fee and based on your review and others I’ve read, this seems like a fantastic course.
Quick question. When you say “Hundreds of training routines for singers”, do you mean that he has laid out plans and routines for one to follow? I’ve taken a vocal course in the past and although it was a great course, I ran into paralysis by analysis and was confused on what to do next and how to build a daily, weekly, or monthly routine to consistently follow and work on to improve my singing.
My main concern with a program as big as this one claims to be would be not knowing where to start or how to create a routine/plan to follow. Would love to get your thoughts. Thanks!
Robert has designed different training routines for different training purposes. One thing you’ll have to decide for yourself is what you would like to work on – more power and strength in your voice, or more control and balance, and then choose your training routines accordingly. If you really feel overwhelmed, you can even contact Robert on the Live Chat on his website. I’m sure he will respond pretty promptly. Usually within a day.
I will help you.
“… a program as big as this one claims to be”. This is not a claim, it is a fact.
The TVS program offers 13 modules and 180 lessons with over 300 demonstration videos and training files. Training files come with both slow and fast speeds, as well as male and female versions of each workout. You also get a 616 page, full-color eBook and Hard copybook. It is in fact, the world’s most comprehensive home study program. That isn’t bragging, it isn’t selling, it is simply an objective fact. So, if you are looking for a LOT of value, I think we have it here.
The program also offers the following tools to help you to get around and know what to do:
• After a student purchases, they are invited to have a personal phone call with me to help them get set up properly.
• Students that schedule the consultation call will receive a FREE cloud-based training page ( Evernote template ) that has all your links and suggested training for the first 90 to 120 days. It is available to you from any device. Here is what it looks like. https://www.evernote.com/l/ASMrSVZx3bFCIZJ_raoghTB58GF8efedcqg
• Students are given these Training WorkFlow Guides that are designed to show you what lectures to view and what workouts to train. This is based on four routines I developed for you. Here is what they look like. https://thevocaliststudio.app.box.com/folder/23129838951
• The TVS training page has a free customer service chat system. You will be chatting directly with me if y0u have questions.
• You are invited to join The Vocalist Studio Facebook Group where we have over 5300 members. All are students of the TVS method. Here you can ask questions and learn from other successful TVS students. Join here: http://bit.ly/TVSFacebookGroup
• Every workout comes with an HD video of me demonstrating the workouts. I lead by example.
… and there is more. If you train these techniques and commit to it for at least 90 days, I guarantee you that you will transform your voice forever. There is a reason Rex is recommending the TVS course.
You may enjoy these testimonials:
I hope that is helpful for you. If you have more questions, talk to Rex or feel free to contact me personally. Being available to my customers and high levels of service are something I work hard to deliver as well.
Respectfully to Rex, and all of you singers.
You’ve done a great job reviewing the online lessons. I went through all your reviews and came down to two candidates.
One is John Henny’s New Science of Singing 2. The other is Robert Lunte’s The Four Pillars of Singing. Which one would you reccomend if you had to pick one?
Thanks in advance for your remark.
It really depends on what you’re looking for. Every program has its specialty. If you are looking to understand the science behind vocal production and want to be your voice teacher, I would recommend John Henny’s program. If you are looking to strengthen your voice with very intensive training routines and just want to get sing, I would go for Robert’s program. Robert does explain his theory in a very comprehensive way though.
Nice to meet you. I just jumped in here to see if I could add some support for you folks that are interested. John is a good coach. I know him personally. But for sure, these two courses are totally different. John is going to teach you about voice physiology and tends to enjoy doing a “deep dive” on the science of formants and resonance, etc. Good for teachers, not real practical for everyday singers. My course also has science in it, but it is presented in a context for training. The bottom-line is, if you want content that is designed for training, that gives you routines to practice that make your singing voice stronger, my course is probably the better choice. I know it is hard for me to be none biased, but that is a fair and honest advise. I’m available if you reach out via my contact form as well. Click here: https://thevocaliststudio.com/contact/
Great to meet you. I don’t know if this will make a difference for you, but on top of details about the training, you have learned about in your research. Any new students that purchase the TVS course with hardcopy book also receive a free condenser microphone or vocal effects pedal.
I know that may sound strange, but it is true. Click the link below and view the video. I explain… essentially, I have a huge amount of vocal gear from sponsors I need to give to students.
PURCHASE THE TVS COURSE + BOOK AND RECEIVE A FREE MICROPHONE OR VOCAL EFFECTS PEDAL.
i am a total beginner (never tried to sing seriously, not even good at karaoke, i really suck) would you recommend me this program or the 30days singer program?
Thank you in advance.
It depends on what type of beginner you are. If you are serious about vocal training or might be considering to become a professional or advanced singer, you should go for The Four Pillars of Singing – it is more complete and intense training. On the other hand, if you are looking to have a smooth start as a beginning singer, I think 30 Day Singer would be great for you.
Hope this helps!
Hey Rex, I’ve been looking for a program and read a few of yours and I’ve come to respect your views.
I’m a beginner and torn with which program to at least start with:
– Superior Singing Method (main thing I hear is it’s boring . . . but would I get results, you think?)
– Eric Arceneaux’s programs
– 4 Pillars
– 30DaySinger (not a fan of membership)
I’m not horrible, but I’m not very good either – there’s potential. Essentially, I do need to learn how to sing and I want to sing well. What program do you suggest?
For now, 30 Day Singer would be a good choice for a beginner like you, but if you’re not a fan of monthly membership and you are serious about singing, then I would recommend you make a one-time investment in The Four Pillars of Singing. It has so much training materials that can last you a lifetime. If you’re worried about the price, let me tell you the rate of my voice teacher is 150/hr for one private lesson. The online training program for Four Pillars is for you to keep for a lifetime.
Hi John, great to meet you.
If you purchase the TVS course + hardcopy book, I will also give you a free microphone or vocal pedal. You see, I have a lot of gear from sponsors that I do not need. So I am giving it away to new customers that purchase course + Book. Perhaps this will add more value to you.
Click this link and view the video:
Hope this helps and I hope to see you soon.
This is a question for either Rex (I’ve just come across your blog and appreciate its input), or Robert as the expert on your own material: I’m in my seventies and still actively singing at an amateur level in choirs and as a soloist. I was a teacher for many years, with all the mistreatment or wear and tear involved. I’ve noticed for the last several years that my voice has got croaky and weak in low notes I used to reach with power and ease before, plus a constant tendency to mucosity around the vocal chords. Apart from extending my voice techniques, do you think this course (the four pillars) would also help me to recuperate power and range which has been lost? Thanks for the input.
Unless there are medical issues, with a normal voice, you could train your voice back to a healthy state with Robert Lunte’s program. Think of it like weight training. You should restore muscular strength through exercises and workouts as the vocal cords are muscles themselves. You need to work them out to maintain its optimal state regardless of age. Good luck, David!
is this course also good and recommended for learining to sing pop?
Yes, this course is great for building a pop singing voice.
I am a 67 years old lady from Singapore who has recently started to get interested in singing.
Regarding Robert Lunte’s program, is there an email I can reach him to ask him certain questions regarding his course. Is he able to recommend a daily practise routine? I am afraid of getting lost among the wealth of information and would like to know the best way of going through the course. I have problems reaching high notes.
You can talk to Robert directly on his site through live chat on the lower right corner of the screen. Or, if you leave a message, he usually will reply promptly.
Just wanna say that I really appreciate all your honest reviews and sharing.
I’m just wondering have you tried and come across the Estill Voice Training?
And if so, how does Robert’s approach differ from the Estill Voice Training?
And maybe Robert can jump in on this as well =)
I don’t know enough about Estill to make the comparison, but I believe there are some commonalities between the 2 systems. You can actually ask Robert directly on his site. He’s usually on his live chat answering questions directly, which is very rare.
Sure thing! Thanks Rex =)
Hi Joel, nice to meet you.
Joel, click on this link that will take you to a page at my website that gives information on the teachers I have studied with. https://thevocaliststudio.com/robert-lunte-teachers/ Scroll down the page and see Peter Egan. Peter was a hardcore Estillian and he was my coach for 3 years in regards to Estill-like vocal figures and modes.
In my course and book, you will learn about “Physical Modes”. TVS Physical Modes are inspired by EVTS’s 6 voice figures. There is a difference, however.
TVS Physical Modes includes the original 6 EVTS voice figures ( modes ), but I felt it was necessary to add 3 more. I have added Quack Mode ( to build the motor skills for vocal fold closure ), Distortion ( to recognize the need to study and understand distortion techniques ), and Cry Mode ( the most important mode of them all, which was missing from Estill’s voice figures ).
So, if you like studying physical configurations of the larynx to help you understand the voice better and sing better, the TVS program not only teaches the 6 Estill voice figures, but we add an additional 3 on top of that.
I hope this helps and if you come on board to TVS, I will personally greet you with an onboarding zoom call, and give you a 90-day training plan. It has the same warm-ups in it that Chris Cornell, Layne Staley, Myself, Ken Tamplin, Ann Wilson, Liza Minelli and many others have used for years. Plus, the onsets and other techniques I developed with my teacher teamin the last 25 years.
Hey Rex! Thanks for all your honest reviews. I’m looking to build versatility with my voice, being able to sing songs ranging from musical theatre to jazz. I’m between Roger Love’s Singing Academy and Robert’s programme. Which would you recommend? Thanks!
I think Robert’s program is probably better for you as it emphasizes on strength building a lot.
I LOVE THE FACT THAT ROBERT OFFERS A REAL-TIME, CUSTOMER SERVICE CHAT SYSTEM ON HIS WEBSITE THAT ALLOW US TO CHAT WITH HIM TO GET HELP WHENW E ARE TRAINING ON THE TRAINING PAGE THE TVS PROGRAM AND TEACHERS REALLY ARE THE BEST I HAVE SEEN FROM ALL THE SYSTEMS I TRIED. THANKS FOR THIS SITE REX!
Yeah, Robert is the only online teacher who chats with practically any visitor to his site. Love him for that!
Hello, I have been looking for singing programs for awhile, and this one seemed to be the best rated. Before my parents and I decide to purchase this, I just wanted to ask if this would be good for me- being a 14 year old.
Yes, it is good for all ages.
Thanks for the informative review. I am 67 and have completely lost my upper range. I used to be able to sing from C3 to F5. The transition to my upper register was G4 or thereabouts. Now my range is slightly lower, sometimes as low as A2, up to G4 or thereabouts. I also get a tickle in my vocal chords above C3, even when talking. About 5 years ago, I had an ENT exam that turned up nothing.
I sing for my own pleasure and would like to be able to do so freely again. Do you think Robert’s or John Henry’s program would help?
Both of them are very superior singing programs. If you are struggling with vocal strength, maybe Robert’s program will be better for you.
As of the day of writing this comment, portions of his course are available at a discount on Udemy. I got both his “lite” Complete Vocal Training course and his new lite course on belting for $30. There’s apparently obviously things missing from it that are in the full course and it’s a bit trickier to navigate (you also can’t download the PDF or the audio files) but honestly, these are worth it for me to get the steep discount and focus less on buying shiny new things and more on practicing and improving (especially since I’m not trying to be professional – yet lol).
Not sure how long this offer will be around (plus the discounted Udemy prices fluctuate) but just wanted to put that out there.
The Udemy version is a condensed version of the full course. It depends on what you want. For me, I don’t like it when there are bits and pieces missing with the short version. I’d rather get the full course if budget allows.
That’s fair, but I thought it might be worth mentioning for people who are on a budget or even people who would not mind paying a much lower price for the condensed version.
That’s right. We all have different budgets. The great thing is there’s a lot of options online that we could benefit from according to our situations.
I thought I read a review you did on a course titled something like “The Science of Singing”, that really delved into the anatomy and physiology of it. Am I remembering correctly, and if so, could you refer me to that review?
Yes, you’re talking about the course by John Henny. Here is the review.
can robert lunte’s course help get me from c#5 to G5-A5-B5? i’m doing the course i have tremendously improved, my voice is much stronger clearer and in control without forcing or anything but i was wondering does it only help me strengthen the voice or does it also add range
Different methods work for different people. Robert’s course is known for strengthening the belt voice and range extension. The course has extensive training on extending your full voice range (sing higher). It’s quite intense and eye-opening.
do you of any course that precisely or thats renowned for expanding the vocal range
This is the course. Robert is exceptionally good at training the high belt voice. Other courses like Ken Tamplin and Jaime Vendera are great. If you are looking more of a mix sound, check out John Henny’s vocal science course for singers, though it’s not particularly focused on high notes but the whole vocal range.
I bought the Four Pillars of Singing sometime back. But unfortunately, my experience isn’t quite the same as yours. This was the first vocal training program I ever bought. But when I start asking Robert some questions, his response was rather brash. Some of the instructions on his program are rather ambiguous, at least to beginners like myself. But his response was rather unpleasant.
But nonetheless, his materials are good. It’s just the way he responds to people. Perhaps, like a lot of services out there, it’s different before you pay and after you pay.
This is just my very honest feedback.
Thank you for your inputs! Different methods work for different people. Whatever works best for you, you should stick to it!
I’ve watched a few videos of Lunte. I like the concepts, but then when he actually sings I start to question how deep I want to go with his techniques. I just don’t care for his voice or style. Should that even matter?
We all have our own styles and the kind of voices we like. What we are looking for is effective training methods. Robert has a very sophisticated system that goes into details of how to train the voice extensively. He is great at explaining those very deep vocal concepts. I believe you can benefit from his trainings.
No. It doesn’t matter. The program is not a, “How to sing in the style of Robert Lunte”, course. The course is about giving you the training and workouts for you to build YOUR voice. My courses are not about me. They are about you and about the workouts and the training techniques, I’m only your guide.
That being said, here is a link to my singing and many of my students. Perhaps you’ll find something you like.
Lastly, I will keep leading by example. Both by demonstrating my workouts on video in the course and by actually singing.
I’m a professional musician that got caught up in a situation in which I had to sing every day. I’m from Brazil, but living in China for about 3 years. I perform at 5 stars hotels 6 nights a week. I took some singing lessons in the past but never really prioritized it over my instrument development.
In 2021 I was selected for a gig where I should perform solo acoustically among other musicians because I had some ability to sing.
Since then I perform every day for about 90 minutes.
I’m really focused in finding some program to try and develop my singing, as well as protect my vocal health and also adjust it to my already quite demanding singing routine.
I’m considering the Four Pillars of Singing and Dr. Dan’s Voice Essentials Pro Bundle (which is being discounted at the moment).
So the price would be about the same.
Which one would you recommend to this particular situation?
Thanks for your reviews by the way, they are great!
Both Robert and Dan are great coaches who are very experienced in vocal training. I know Robert’s program better than Dan’s, so I can only tell you that Robert’s singing course is very intense and well-rounded. If you are very serious about training your voice, you should go with Robert’s singing course. I’m sure Dan’s courses are great too, but I don’t know enough about them to give you recommendations on them.
Hope this helps!