Atlanta Institute Of Music And Media Reveals 5 Ways To Extend The Vocal Range

July 25, 2019
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The Duluth, Georgia based Atlanta Institute of Music and Media is pleased to share valuable tips for both vocalists and aspiring vocalists. The Institute offers a Music and Technology Associate Degree with a Focus in Voice.

As part of their effort to reach out and build a community of vocalists, the Institute is revealing 5 ways to extend the vocal range that any vocalist can take advantage of. These methods include knowing one’s current capabilities, using the proper technique, being patient with oneself, and fourth, not over-doing it. The fifth, and the most important method, according to the Institute, is to prioritize one’s vocal health.

Nite Driscoll, the President of the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, says, “If you want to sing properly, you need to have a good vocal range. Even people who can sing sometimes have a limited range, but, with practice, anyone can change that. It’ll require some work. It is a slow, sometimes tedious process, but the truth is that vocal ability comes down to practice and effort more than talent.”

Driscoll also says, “At the Institute, we’re looking to help all those who are trying to improve their vocal skills. It’s not an easy art to master, but it is a wonderful art that we’re always looking to propagate. Sure, everyone thinks they can sing, but not everyone can really let that talent shine all the way through. We’re looking to change that. We’re looking to create a generation who can let out their inner voices.”

The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has been a staple of music and media education for over 30 years. The mission statement of the Institute states their goal clearly: To provide non-beginning instrument students and recording arts students with the instructional environment necessary to develop their musical talents and acquire the skills demanded of today’s professionals in the music industry. To that end, they offer a wide variety of programs, taking into account all the modern standards of teaching, and this notably includes a stellar vocal degree program.

The Institute’s review all reflect its commitment to, and excellence in, musical education. Alanna H, a student of the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media’s vocal degree program, says, “With the Atlanta Institute’s program, I feel like I’ve unlocked abilities that I didn’t even think I had. My vocal range is impressive now and I can really make full use of my voice. In addition to that, the instructors are top-notch and work with you till you achieve perfection, the classes are extremely flexible, and it’s conveniently located. Also, there is a monthly networking program at the Institute, and students are given the opportunity to meet and greet alumni and other people affiliated with them, which I personally think is great for us to get started on our future careers.”

Another student of the voice degree, Priscin A., says, “Studying with the Atlanta Institute has really been the best move I’ve made. I have had a deep-rooted interest in music and singing since I was a kid, but I never knew enough of the technical side of things. Since I’ve started with the Atlanta Institute, I’ve learned so much about the technical side of music, things like head voice vs. chest voice and so on. My friend is studying Music and Technology here as well. Both of us have loved everything about this place.”

An online review left on the Institute’s Facebook page reads, “Went here back in 2009 and have nothing but great things to say. It gave me the tools and understanding to build my career in music. Granted, I do more live audio than studio nowadays but I’ve been able to teach myself from the fundamentals they taught me! I look forward to coming back to visit in the near future to see all the great instructors!”

Those interested in seeking a degree at the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media can learn more on their website, which describes all the programs the school offers, the admissions process, the staff, and more. Students and other parties may also follow the Institute on their social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements.

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About Atlanta Institute of Music and Media:

Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, production, and audio engineering students.

Contact Atlanta Institute of Music and Media:

Nite Driscoll
2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700,
Duluth, Georgia 30096
(770) 242-7717

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