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Accepting KTVA's Academic Brand

I just got Ken and company's course content the other day, and I'm ready and willing to think about understanding what this content is really all about. Then, I will have to think about whether or not I want to accept the KTVA academic brand, KTVA content leaves a certain brand, or signature on a person's vocal activity, in my opinion. In terms of this I have thinking (educating my mind) to do up the ying yang. I will have to make an honest decision, for myself, if I want my vocal life to work out.

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  • d1g2w3d1g2w3 Pro, 2.0 PRO Posts: 463
    Hey @ProudProwser

    Nice meeting you, however, I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about here with brand and whatnot.

    If you're talking about your voice is going to sound a certain way, it won't, he teaches you all the tools so you can use them in your own unique way.

    Glad you got the course

    Danny
  • WigsWigs Moderator, 2.0 PRO Posts: 2,358
    I think finding something that works and sticking to it is better than continually shopping around and trying out the latest thing for a few months before moving on, you'll never actually give anything a proper chance to work. It sounds like you are just putting in words what your thoughts are, kind of like a dear diary, I wish you the best in your personal journey with this course, all I can say is really give it a go!
  • ProudProwserProudProwser 2.0 PRO Posts: 7
    Actually, I'm trying to avoid a unicorn fantasy thing. I have to feed my mind with bread and butter thinking, instead of unicorn fantasy thinking. Ken's product is good enough, or better, as long as I think in terms of bread and butter, as in making a living. Unicorn fantasy thinking, and acting on it, won't work. His product comes with little risk, as long as I apply it, correctly.
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