If you’re a self-taught singer who’s tried absolutely everything…
Who’s waited patiently for the “breakthrough” moment where everything just clicks into place that so many singing gurus have promised… But day after day you keep making the same mistakes with little to no progress… Then keep reading. Because it’s likely you’ve been completely misled about what it means to learn to sing. So that’s the bad news out of the way… here’s the good news:
There IS a “roadmap” that can take you from amateur to the very top of your game…
When you follow this “roadmap”, becoming a great singer doesn’t require years of practice or an investment of thousands of dollars—like a lot of conventional singing lessons do.
If that’s what you’re looking for, you’re on the wrong page.
Unlock notes they never thought they’d sing
“My new range is between C3 and C6. I’m a Female with a naturally lower set voice. If I remember correctly I was stagnant at A4 before. Lots of progress has been made.”
“Amazing! I can do this thing now!! And just through the break also! From c to f approximately.”
“My highest note was D4… after three weeks, I´m able to hit C5…”
And, of course, I’m living proof that it works. My name’s Chris Liepe. These days, I’m living the dream. People around the world have heard my music. My educational videos have amassed millions of total views on Youtube… And most importantly… I’m finally able to live my dream of teaching passionate singers everywhere how to unlock the hidden potential in their voices. But the thing is, I was once stuck exactly where a lot of amateur singers are…
I remember having that thought years ago. Because like most self-taught singers, I’d tried just about everything. I’d watched all the YouTube videos. I’d gone on all the forums. But at the end of the day, nothing worked. Even worse: It started to feel like there was something wrong with ME…That maybe my voice was just different than the rest…Or that maybe I just wasn’t a “born singer” And it hurt to think that, at the rate I was going, I might NEVER unlock my voice –That I might grow into my old age without ever realizing my full singing potential. And since music was the only thing I was ever really passionate about, that really hurt to think about. Thankfully, that all changed one day when I was goofing off online…
In Week 1, I walk you through finding your comfortable range and “placing” your voice—which is the necessary first step to singing like a pro. You’ll also learn how to keep your voice healthy for life with some key tips on vocal care. Specifically, you’ll learn:
Week 2 is all about “body awareness”… that is, becoming aware of tension in areas in the WHOLE body—not just the throat. Because it turns out that a lot of what causes vocal stress and tension in newer singers has more to do with the rest of the body than the vocal cords themselves… In this module, you’ll learn:
Week 3 is the first introduction to the “bridge” sounds I talked about earlier. This is where we really begin the process of “discovering” your voice. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 4, you’ll learn how to transform common spoken phrases into musical riffs. When pro singers say that singing is just as easy as speaking for them, it’s because they’ve approached singing gently, the way that I’ll teach you in this module. More specifically, you’ll learn:
In Week 5, we start working with the major scale—which any musician will need to understand at some point in their career—and start learning an easy way to identify pitches by ear. We’ll also begin to slowly grow your range so you can start accessing those coveted high notes. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 6, we take some time to focus on the role your face plays in your singing voice (hint: it’s a big one), and walk through a few ways you can get feedback on your voice to double the speed of your growth. In this module, you’ll learn:
Week 7 is all about training your brain to be a “musician’s brain”… that is, a machine that can spit out melodies, harmonies, and amazing riffs on the spot. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 8 we begin to tackle rhythm. This is something that a lot of singers don’t think about… until they get a polite tap on a shoulder from someone telling them that they’re totally off-beat in a song. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 9, we focus on melody & harmony. One of the most amazing things a singer can do is harmonize with another singer… and this skill is crucial if you ever want to play music with other people. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 10, we finish mastering harmony and start getting to work on vocal distortion. This part of the program will be huge for any of you rock and metal singers out there! In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 11, you’ll completely master the blending of your head voice and chest voice, so that you never have to worry about your voice cracking at a key moment during a song. In this module, you’ll learn:
In Week 12, we wrap up the program by covering how to stretch your range to its limits and stylize your singing with articulations and vibrato. In this module, you’ll learn:
The course starts when you enroll and unfolds over a 12 week time period. After the 12 weeks, you have all the content for the whole course forever to go back and reference at any time.
Not a big deal at all. I’ve structured this course to be semi-self paced. This means that each new block of training is designed to be taken over the period of one week. BUT if you’re on vacation or get behind one week, you don’t just miss that week. The content will be posted and you can go through it when it works for you. Just remember not to try and play ”catch up’. There’s no need to. Go by the “week at a time” pace and you’ll be in great shape!
If you’re following the practice guidelines outlined in the course, this shouldn’t happen. But learning to listen to your body and sense when it needs rest is part of discovering your voice. Learn to take intentional time throughout the day to rest your voice.
YES! That’s part of the fun! You’ll be taking the course along side other students who are doing the same content you are doing week by week. There are also Q&A sessions built into certain weeks that are directly driven by the group currently going through the course.
If that sounds like a lot… it is. That’s why it’s 12 weeks long! Now, I want to clarify something here: Discover Your Voice is largely a self-paced program!! You can go through it as slowly as you want… even if it takes you years to finish all the material. And of course, you can go back to its contents as many times as you need to during your singing career. BUT one thing you CAN’T do is burn through all of the content in a couple days. I’ve specifically “drip-fed” the content week-by-week so that every student has to take the time to fully absorb and practice the material.
And as if that weren’t enough, I’ve added some key features to the program to make the learning process as quick
and easy as possible.
Oh, and one last thing…