Vocal Release

by Eric Frey

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Score: 7.4/10 ( 12 votes)


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Vocal Release is a self-study singing course, created by a vocal coach Eric Frey. It teaches how to sing by "attacking the mask". According to Eric Frey, attacking the voice from the mask is the most effective way of singing as it will enable you to sing as easily as you talk, hit every high note without straining, develop a very powerful and resonant voice (without having it sound like you're shouting), and give you an ability so sing for hours without fatiguing yourself or losing your voice.

The Vocal Release Singing Instruction Course focuses on teaches how to sing naturally - without unnecessarily forcing your voice or straining your vocal cords. Eric Frey claims that no matter what your starting lever is, you'll learn to sing like a pro and develop a voice to be proud of (he's so confident in the effectiveness of the Vocal Release that he offers 17 different guarantees).

The Vocal Release course comes as a set of 7 disks and a 347-page reference manual. Once you go through the course, which should take you approximately 8 weeks, you'll be able to start applying your newly developed singing technique to your own songs. But it doesn't stop there; learning to sing is an ongoing process. So once you're done with a course, you go through it all over again. And every time you complete the course, your voice will become more powerful, your range will expand and you'll get greater confidence and control over your singing.

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My voice quality and technique have improved
Analyn Roxas (from Metolius, USA) posted this review on April 27, 2013

Eric Frey did a great job on vocal release. I’m not a professional singer, but I know a great singing course when I see one. It’s made specially for people who want to sing high notes without straining their vocal chords. My main problem when I’m trying to sing high notes is that my voice gets strained easily. I can only sing two songs with high notes, after that I have to let my vocal chords rest. The reason for that is because I’m doing everything wrong the whole time. I’m a self-taught singer, and this is a common problem to most of us. We think we’re doing it right just because we hit the notes, but we’re actually damaging our voice box. Vocal Release taught me a lot about how to hit the notes the right way. I learned how to “release” my voice with as little strain as possible. The quality of my voice has become a lot better too. It’s become smoother. This is a little expensive, and that’s the only reason it’s not getting a perfect score from me. Quality-wise, I got no problems with this one.

Eric Frey's techniques are excellent
posted this review on March 22, 2013

Vocal Release has been the most effective online singing course for me. I think it’s gonna be different for most people, like you have to know your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to singing so you’ll know which course will work best for you. As for me, my main problem is that there’s this something that seems to be blocking my voice and keeping me from unleashing it fully. Vocal Release helped me peel that mask off. When I started using Eric Frey’s techniques, it’s like singing came naturally for me. I don’t have to force the voice out anymore. The sound just flows. I can also sing now without straining my throat. I used to feel pain in my throat after 2-3 songs, but not anymore.

I thank Vocal Release a lot because if not for it, I wouldn’t be able to sing the way I do now. I’ve already gotten a few singing gigs in weddings and other parties and that wouldn’t have been possible if I hadn’t learned from Vocal Release. This is definitely something that’s worth checking out for the aspiring singer.

It's one of the best on the internet
Marvin Chen (from Sunnyvale, USA) posted this review on March 4, 2013

This is one of the best singing programs I’ve tried. It’s even better than most expensive ones. How you practice and how often you practice still matter though. This is recommended if you can’t go to formal vocal coaching or classes because the real thing is still better.

It's very scientific
posted this review on February 25, 2013

Of all of the voice courses I’ve tried online and offline this is the only one that showed instant results. I swear! I was just practicing with this for 2 weeks and my singing has already changed. I used to have really high pitched voice, it’s like there’s no bass to it, and my boyfriend used to joke that I sound like a mouse. But those days are far behind me now. I thought voice quality is something you’re born with and that it can’t be improved, but this program proved that it can be improved! I also don’t get strained as easily when singing as before. Vocal Release features a scientific approach to help you learn how to sing and to help you change your voice quality. It’s easier to follow than other courses because you know exactly what you’re aiming for, and the lessons are presented step-by-step. I don’t see any negatives in this program as of now, so I’m giving it a perfect score.

Helpful if you're serious about singing well
posted this review on August 30, 2012

This is a great self-study course both for beginners and intermediate level singers. If you’re learning without a trainer, this will be your next best option. I wanted to attend singing classes before, but I have work, so I can’t commit to that. I got this singing course, and I was surprised at how different it is from the free singing courses I see online. It’s really like having a vocal coach assisting you throughout. I’ve improved a lot since I started practicing with this course. I’m not naturally gifted in singing, but I’m serious about getting it right and hitting high notes perfectly. The manual is quite long, but if you really want to learn how to sing, I guess it won’t be a problem reading a few hundred pages. There are discs you can use anyway if you’re not into reading. You can use the manual as a quick reference, or when you’re teaching a kid, it’s much easier that way.

I learned a lot from this course!
posted this review on July 25, 2012

My voice is pretty good, but it gets raspy after a few songs. I also have problems hitting high notes, so I usually just settle for low songs. I didn’t have any formal music training, so I didn’t have any idea that I was doing everything wrong. When I got this program, my singing became so much better! I didn’t know there’s still more to my voice than what I’ve been accustomed to. My friends and regular karaoke buddies tell me how different my voice sounds from before. I can also hit high notes now effortlessly. I’ve a wider range, and I can sing more songs now. The best thing is that, I can sing with buddies all night, and maintain my beautiful voice. I still watch what I eat and drink, but it’s so much better now. I learned a lot from this course, and I’m sure others will too.


Vocal Release Review

I have to say that this program really works I've developed my range more in 15 days than in 6 months working with other programs, I didn't understand what head voice was, and now I that I know I've more range than I thought just by understanding it, now I can sing fully in my head voice, also the cord adducting is incredible, it added more to my range without much effort, the changes are big.

Rene Colmenares

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