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highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357

Well, Merry Christmas Early from KTVA once again! 

For all KTVA PRO Forums students, a gift from Ken Tamplin to you.

Many of you have been aware that Ken has been working on new information and lessons to launch his new KTVA subscription program.  We had a selection of students Beta Test the lessons and got great reviews and also great suggestions for future content.  KTVA was very near to launching this as a subscription actually right about nowSo it is being launched right now, but instead of as a subscription, Ken has decided to make it a part of the greater KTVA course.  So now this material is an expansion to the existing KTVA Volumes/FREE Bonus material for PRO Forums Students.  There will still be even newer, and even greater subscription lessons coming out in the future, so remain ready for that, when it comes.

But for now, what is being provided is Divas and Dudes versions of all of the KTVA Basics in greater depth, PLUS advanced exercises and instructions on how to exercise and develop your Mixed Voice, how to exercise and find safe Distortion for your voice, Stamina-building exercises and much more!  You get to see a student working to understand and implement the lessons Ken is giving them.  It's much the same as if you were in an intensive one-on-one training with Ken, in-person!  This is the stuff you've been waiting for, so What are you Waiting for?  If you're a KTVA PRO FORUMS Student, Go now, do not wait, to the Forums category called PRO VIDEOS and get busy growing your voice with about 70 new videos.  Be  prepared to start practicing, and I MEAN PRACTICING!  That's where your real results will come from.  






  • SemiSemi Pro, 2.0 PRO Posts: 153
    These videos are top!!!!! So many questions answered, and what I really appreciate it`s not edited (with few exceptions), so we can hear and see all the attempts and fails, followed by corrections and great notes. It`s very similar to the skype sessions. I`ll make watching these as a part of my vocal routine.

    Thanks, Ken!
  • rcrosierrcrosier Pro Posts: 275
    Awesome!  Thanks KTVA!
  • johnjohn johnjohn Pro Posts: 99
    This really is very cool.  I've already watched about a half a dozen clips, all of which I've found extremely helpful.  Thank you so much, KTVA!!

  • wrokonwrokon Pro, 2.0 PRO Posts: 21
    Haven't even started watching, but just wanted to thank Ken in advance for making these available!!

  • rcrosierrcrosier Pro Posts: 275
    I watched the entire set of DUDE videos.  Excellent information in there, like that it was not "doctored up" to look perfect!  Will now watch the entire DIVAS video set, to see what else I can get from it!

    Thanks for posting these!!
  • Ken TamplinKen Tamplin Administrator, Moderator Posts: 446
    My pleasure guys. I look foreword to your continued growth :-)
  • wabba_treadswabba_treads Pro Posts: 40
    Wow this was beyond helpful! Thanks Ken and Bob!
  • highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357
  • johnjohn johnjohn Pro Posts: 99
    Thanks, Ken, Thanks, Bob!

    And as rcrosier commented, it's especially cool that nothing was 'doctored up'.
    Showing that human element I find to be very refreshing and definitely much more helpful and illuminating from a learning standpoint.  :-)

    Great, great stuff!!!


  • highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357
    edited October 2014

    The thanks all belongs to Ken.

    These lessons have the "secret sauce" that no other lessons I've seen have.

    Yes.  You get to Witness the LEARNING PROCESS.  You can RELATE TO when the student first doesn't "get it" and then the spark arcs across just the right synapses and ZAP!!!

    It's also comforting to know that even accomplished singers like Adam and Gabriela have to work at it before sounding like a million bucks on the harder stuff that is new to them.  It's OK to not "get it" at first... Just keep applying the techniques, give it time and intense focus/attention/and effort.  Watch the Videos again and again and practice with your own voice as you do so.  You WILL get results.

    Some singing lessons shoppers try to do price comparisons and complain that KTVA is just too "expensive".  I say that KTVA is "EXTENSIVE".  It is an incredible bargain, and frankly, quite underpriced for what you get.  The original 3 KTVA Volumes are still worth every penny of the full price, without the PRO Pack bonuses and now the In-Depth Basic and Advanced Lessons with Dude and Diva student demonstrations!

    Just look at the incredible amount of quality, in-depth instruction you get from KTVA.  There is NOTHING out there that compares.  You get what you pay for and MORE from KTVA.  This is HOW TO SING BETTER THAN ANYBODY ELSE.  If you're fine with sounding somewhat mediocre, like just another voice in a "so-so" choir, being taught by someone who says "all my students all eventually surpass me" or someone who sounds downright embarrassing, if that inspires you, then go right ahead. 

    If I want to get a cheap product that I don't care about its quality, I'll go down to Wal-Mart or Harbor Freight and buy a tool, and not be disappointed or surprised when it falls apart, or doesn't quite work the way a professional tool would work.  Let's say I wanted to buy a new electric guitar, microphone, or drum set.  I could get a really cheap one at Wal-Mart.  Now what results will I get from that guitar, mic, or drum set when I go to perform live, in front of an audience, getting paid, capable of getting fired, with my reputation at stake?  In an instance like that am I really saving ANYTHING by going cheaper?  I think I would rather shop around and compare QUALITY to QUALITY not plastic to steel, Oak, or Alder.  Your voice is an INVESTMENT, and one that you should care a lot about  : ^ )  

    KTVA is for students who aspire to sing like PRO's.  KTVA is for singers and novices who would like to eventually be able to sing practically anything, like Ken Tamplin does.  KTVA is a BARGAIN, now more than ever!




  • highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357
    edited October 2014
    We seem to be getting a lot of visits to these new videos!  We have some busy students doing a lot of learning!  KTVA just doubled its content, and quadrupled its value in terms of how-to explanations and DEMONSTRATIONS.
  • highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357
    edited October 2014

    So we've had over 300 visits to these updated, new lessons.  Is anybody learning anything?  How about it?

    : ^ )

    Whaddaya say?

    (There really IS so much new content, it's doubtful that anyone has really made it all the way through the entire amount, unless they are skimming through...  Actually studying it in depth, and working the exercises will take quite some time...) 



  • johnjohn johnjohn Pro Posts: 99
    @ Bob: I've gone through upwards of a half dozen so far, and I've found the clips incredibly helpful and informative.

    My thanks to Ken, et al, for sharing these real experiences with us.

  • kaulferskaulfers Pro Posts: 300
    Added more breathing through the nose only. 

    I went through all the Dudes basic for yesterdays practice.  I noticed the Divas videos load faster...alright vimeo were on to you...
  • huberthubert Pro Posts: 125
    It's really great... I will practice with those for about a week or two until I'll remember everything that was said and done :))  Is it possible to download it somehow? :)
  • highmtnhighmtn Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 15,357
    These are for streaming only. 
  • streeterstreeter Pro Posts: 679
    Recently added the vowel transitions/vocal tract shaping exercises to my workouts on top of the chest stretching exercises.
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