Episode #020: Pt. 2 Finding Your Voice w/ Brett Manning

Brett is one of the worlds most sought after vocal coaches, largely because of his uncanny ability to “see with his ears,” and instantly invent exercises that get astounding results. His client list contains winners of the world’s most prestigious vocal awards, including the Doves, the CMA Awards, and yes, the Grammys.

In Part 2 of this interview, Leah and Brett talk about what separates pros from amateurs and how to seriously uplevel your singing game.

Important Things to Remember

  • Amateurs take tips. Pros train with a plan.
  • If you want to be paid more, you need to increase your skill.
  • You find the notes through flow, not force.
  • Expose. Involve. Upgrade.
  • Amateurs practice just until they get it right. Pros practice until they never get it wrong.
  • First is mechanics, then muscle memory, then music.

Revisit the Highlights

01:00 – Why Coaching Matters

05:00 – Having A Business Mindset

07:13 – Focus on What Matters.

12:21 – The Importance of Singing like Yourself.

15:20 – Three Overlapping Circles that Guide Your Training.

20:40 – Getting Permission from your Audience.

23:00 – When You Don’t Have A Coach.

24:14 – Quick Vocal Tip

30:44 – Building Trust with Your Audience.

34:04 – Singing is Mental

37:17 – Finding Results.

 

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Leah Mchenry

Leah McHenry understands the real world challenges for every-day musicians because she is one.

Having started her music career completely backwards, she found herself learning the NEW music business long after she already started a family and was unable to tour.

Leah now spends her time continuing her own music career while applying the real-world marketing strategies herself, and is also dedicated to helping other independent artists do the same.

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