Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Ultimate Voice Coach - Learn To Sing Like A Star|
Actors: Gary Catona, Ron Anderson, Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Special Interests, Educational
PAULA ABDUL & RANDY JACKSON present ULTIMATE VOICE COACH - LEARN TO SING LIKE A STAR!Professional Singing Lessons featuring Gary Catona and Ron Anderson, Voice Coaches to the Stars!No matter what style you sing - Pop, R&B,... more »
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A little bummed
J. kluth | 04/20/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Well, I was excited about this DVD set. I still work on it. but after trying it for a couple weeks, i realized that there is NOT over 3 hours of voice lessons. Id say there are 6 lessons that range from about 15-20 minutes in length. they are helpful but they promise what they dont give. Ron Anderson, for example, says he'll show you how to put songs together...and doesnt. Gary Catona's lessons (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) all seem to be basically identical in excercises and all. I dont know if i have a flawed disc or if it was made with mistakes, but Ron Anderson also says at the end of the Advanced lesson, that that same lesson was an intermediate lesson. i am just confused...maybe it was just put together really fast.
Just some honest comments from striving performer."
CIGARETS HAVE HEALTH WARNINGS SO SHOULD THIS DVD?
M. J. white | UK | 04/26/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have been singing for over 20 years and i have never been so shocked at how these famouse people can get away with ripping off the public so openly and not be arrested' there is nothing professional at all about this DVD if you follow the so called exorcises you will damage your vocal cords' the whole technique used is rubbish and rounding out of out of key vowels well my god teen's will follow this my friends son nearly did @if i had a choice i wouldn't give this a one star rating.......... if you need to buy a singing course i would just say look for Brett Manning you won't got wrong."
Voice professional | 05/01/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"That anyone can learn to sing by reading a book or by watching this mis-guided DVD is mistaken. You ALWAYS need a second pair of ears to guide you, and Mr. Catona's idea that it is OK to gag and feel a "tickle" in the throat or pain is just irresponsible. Would you play, walk or run on a sprained ankle, or with any kind of pulled muscle? At least Mr. Anderson talks about breathing and ease of production. Mr Catona's concept of facial tension is just wrong and where is the "O" vowel? A bad idea, sponsored just to make money by Abdul and Jackson.
Buyer and Singer BEWARE!!!"
Melissa | Chicago | 08/11/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"You have a better chance of learning how to sing by going out and watching the drunks at karaoke.
Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson slapped their names and images on this useless and cheap product to make a quick buck. The "lessons" were recorded in what looks like a living room in someone's house where they threw tablecloths over the window to cut down on light.
The graphics are hoakey and childish. The producers must've enlisted the work of the SPECIAL ED GRAPIHICS DEPARTMENT. The quality of the product is absolute GARBAGE after you get by the marketing. Even Paula and Randy appear cheap and second rate in their 30 second bits. A HUGE DISSAPPOINTMENT. When I saw how bad ultimate voice coach was put together I felt like an absolute sucker. I read bad reviews and still bought it, and it's my own fault for being optimistic. I just wanted to learn how to sing. There have got to be better ways than this load of steaming $#!%"