California Music Studios works with some of the most talented voice coaches and acting instructors in the Southern California area. You can learn to sing, develop your voice, and even prepare to do voice-over work. Many of the independently established teachers we work with have professional recording careers with hit albums and CDs. Build confidence with private singing lessons so you can eventually sing in a glee class or chorus or form a band of your own. The instructors we work with offer singing lessons in San Diego, Orange County, LA, and most of Southern California.
Help from Instructors
California Music Studios can help you achieve whatever goal you have in mind: musical theatre, opera, country, R&B, jazz, rock ‘n roll, blues, Christian gospel, and more. We contract very talented voice teachers with years of experience. They will guide you and keep you on course with private singing lessons and one-on-one instruction. Voice coaches will help you nail auditions and performances. Instructors also offer specialized workshops along with normal voice lessons. Through private voice lessons, you can find your natural singing voice or refine your voice for different singing styles as your talents emerge.
Most importantly, have fun and nurture your voice as you learn to sing. It is never too late or too early to learn, whether you’re 6, 16, or 60. We can help you find a voice coach who will hone your voice so you can chase your dream. Each of our instructors undergoes a strict evaluation process, including a thorough in-person professional and personal screening, ensuring that you get the best of the best.
In terms of technique, good singing has to do with vocal cord closure and a balanced larynx. That’s something that you and your vocal coach can work on and mold through each lesson. However, good singing on the whole is pretty subjective. Good larynx or not, if you show a lot of heart, your listeners are sure to respond.
Tone deaf isn’t some sort of permanent condition. Sure, people have trouble recreating sounds they hear or matching pitch, but this comes from a lack of experience and coordination in your vocal structures. All it takes is some time and practice.
Definitely! Singing exercises can expand your upper and lower ranges by modifying your technique and the flexibility of your vocal structures. Granted, your range is limited by your physiology. Pushing your voice to sing lower or higher can be painful and uncomfortable. It’s more important to focus on the possibilities within your natural range before trying to expand.
A young CMS voice student from Carlsbad is in the news:
Renee, a voice coach for CMS, recently had one of her star students featured on NBC news: