I never learned how to sing. Is the method too difficult for me to master? Is the method benefit to any styles singer?
Each person comes into the KTVA program from their own level.
Rock Stars study with Ken Tamplin, as do classical singers. Complete beginners also study with Ken.
It may seem far over your head, or it may seem crazy-simple. Wherever you are coming from will make the difference in how it will work for you.
Most people who want to take singing lessons of any kind have at least some experience singing and some reason for wanting to improve. They may have only sung at church, in the school chorus, karaoke, along with the radio or mp3, whatever. Whatever it is that gives them the desire to want to sing and to want to sing well.
It's helpful to have an ear that can discern pitch and to have the ability to sing and match a pitch when you hear it. From there, you start at the most basic level and work your way through the program. You begin to hear amazing improvements, because you are learning and training on things that you have never had laid out to you before.
The basics of KTVA apply to all genres of singing. Ken just happens to teach more about dynamic Rock and Pop singing than anyone else comes even close to. His methods can have a profound effect on R n' B, Gospel, etc...
If you want to GROW your voice, this method will do that for you. Your tone will improve, and your range will grow. It does take work. There are no shortcuts or magic secrets. Others who tell you that great singing is easy and will happen instantaneously are simply lying to you in order to take your money.
If you want to work your way to a great voice, using a method that is real, KTVA is the only way to go. There is no try. Only DO.