Singing Success Vs. The Singing Zone
When you are looking at Brett Manning’s Singing Success vs. The Singing Zone, Per Bristow’s program it will be very difficult to find cons about either program. An online voice lesson program is a lot like the singing coach in person, they are unique individuals that offer a person a fabulous way of developing skills and confidence in singing or improving their professional singing voice. The differences in their techniques and methods really lie in their backgrounds and what brought them to singing and vocal coaching.
The Singing Zone
Per Bristow, of The Singing Zone is a world renowned theatrical singer. He began singing in Sweden at a very early age and sang on the stage in many productions both in Europe and the United States. He has developed a style of coaching that involves more than just standard breathing and vocal exercises. Per gives people the ability to increase their range, resonance and power while also developing stage presence and theatrical qualities of projection and range.
Per’s program is beneficial to more than just singers however, his program also has been used widely by presenters and speakers who find that the methods Per teaches regarding stage presence and projection give them the ability to hold their audience’s attention longer and keep people entertained while they are learning about a new product, plan, or other presentation.
Brett Manning is also a famous vocal coach who has brought his knowledge and experience to the Internet. Brett works with many famous singers and groups and has a long waiting list of people who find his style and teaching superb. Singing Success is made up of CDs, a video and a workbook that include all of the exercises that are required to extend range and power in your voice. His program is designed to make each lesson fun and give singers the most effective vocal lessons available online.
Brett is a unique coach because many of the people who use his online system find that they are drawn to the motivating and inspirational type of coaching that he does. He is able to identify gaps in a vocalist’s range quickly and individualize lessons to help the individual move to the next level of their singing ability.
Comparing the Programs
These are two outstanding programs and both Per and Brett are vocal coaches that will inspire and motivate a singer to exceed even the expectations they have set for themselves. I have used both Per and Brett’s programs and continue to do so, for different reasons. First, I find them both inspirational and I feel good after I have spent time with them. With Per I have learned how to develop the theatrical and stage quality of my voice, while with Brett I have learned how to step into different genres of music effortlessly.
If I were asked to choose Singing Success vs. The Singing Zone, I could not. I enjoy both of their styles of teaching and they both are so passionate about music and voice that I have not been disappointed by either of them. I honestly can’t think of any cons for these coaches. I would suggest that you try each instructor and get a feel for their style and presentation during lessons. The vocal coach that you choose will be very personal and you should make a decision based upon how the coach makes you feel when you are working with them online.