Live Masterclass for Worship Singers
"How To Extend Your Vocal Range and Get Out of Your Head"
Jan 1st, 2021 at Rush Creek Church in Arlington, TX 76017
You can’t lead worship with full authority
if you're worried about your singing.
+ Want to extend your vocal range quickly?
+ Need help developing a personalized routine?
+ Want to have freedom in your song choice?
+ Want to erase vocal anxiety for good?
+ Afraid of losing steam in the last service?
+ Want to nail every note every time?
TIME: 01:00 PM
PLACE: Rush Creek Church
2350 S.W. Green Oaks Blvd Arlington, TX
Meet Your Vocal Coach:
Sophie Shear has seen world-changing messages get overlooked because the singer had doubts within. Her brilliant methods detect vocal issues in seconds so you can use your voice effectively. Her spiritual insights help silence the confusion so you can cultivate boldness.
Her clients have appeared on American Idol, XFactor, The Voice, are on Capitol Christian, Warner Bros., Columbia, and have won CMA, Dove and Grammy Awards.
Extend Your Vocal Range and Get Out of Your Head to Nail Every Note Every Time
“This masterclass was epic! I sang “Living Hope” the very next morning and it was flawless.”
“I had some big spiritual / emotional blocks holding me back and Sophie helped me break out. I walked away different.”
“WOW. Everything she said made sense, and I realized I’m not crazy!! I was struggling because of my technique.”
Most singing methods are for classical singers.
But we believe every singer should have access to the secret coordination that popular singers use to produce more voice, for half the effort. You’ve heard of “chest voice” and “head voice”… but what the greatest singers have in addition to these is called “mixed voice.” (Think Kari Jobe, Cory Asbury, Cody Carnes, or Lauren Daigle.)
- Your vocal cords must connect, vibrating together on the inner edges. And it must happen on every note you want to sing. With the right exercises, you can actually train the vocal cords to stay connected effortlessly.
- You need to discover the third register that sits right in between chest and head voice. It’s called “pharyngeal voice”. It’s rarely explained well, even though it’s responsible for connecting chest and head together in the middle, opening up an entire third of previously unused vocal range.
- You need confidence in your unique vocal style. The greatest worship leaders have one thing in common: they know their identity. In order to lead others in confidence, you have to know what you bring to the table, and exactly how/when to use it.
We want you to lead fearlessly.