A voice intensive is a multi-day, multi-hour curriculum set up to meet specific needs of the singer.  The sessions can range from a 2 day/2 hours per day mini-intensive--to a 7-day or more/several hours per day rigorous type of training—a voice and performance boot camp.  

Singers attempting to break free from old vocal habits and those desiring to bring their performance up to a “next level” will do much better with a longer intensive. 

We will decide together regarding the proper length of the intensive and the topics to be included in the study. 

The idea of an intensive is to exhaust default technical memory on every level—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual, so new and more natural defaults can be reset.  An intensive allows the singer to get out of his or her own way so the true musician can take over!  The goal is to become a pure channel for truly inspired music.  

We will agree on a curriculum before you arrive so you will have a clear and ready mindset for the work. 

If you are interested in discussing whether or not you could benefit from a voice intensive, or to discuss the points of focus for your intensive as well as the appropriate length of your study--please email me at  ronbrowning@mac.com.  Be sure to put "voice intensive" in the subject field. Include your website, any social media links, a phone number, and I will respond as soon as possible.

In the meantime, here is a menu of popular topics that singers have included in their regime.



Voice Techniques 

Performance Techniques and Psychology 

More Creative and Expression Phrasing 

Vocal Range Extension 


Vocal Health/Vocal Issues (Dysphonia, Spasmodic Dysphonia, Vocal Nodes, etc.) 

Eliminating Bad Vocal Habits

Special Effects and Color for Singers 

Performance Endurance 

Artist Counseling 

Beginning Singer Primer 

Working with the Original Song 

Songwriting 101 

Prepping Songs for the Recording Studio 

Vocal Production 

Understanding the Artist's Brand and the Music Business 

Audition Techniques (The Voice, American Idol, America’s Got Talent, Broadway) 

Crossover—Singing Other Musical Genres 

Voice for Broadcasters and Public Speakers 

Voice for Actors--Commercials, Stage, TV and Film