Even those famous singers who make it look so easy when performing live on television have helped. Behind almost all the great singers there is a vocal coach. Voice classes are essential for aspirants and even well-known singers. I think that informal teaching and training absolutely count, and it's a big part of the influence of so-called untrained singers.
It's definitely not about having decades of private classes and a master's degree (although that's a path), but just learning and exposing yourself. All right? Do famous singers have vocal coaches? Do you need them? Undoubtedly, these are two different issues. The truth is that every professional vocalist needs one. When comparing a singer to the instrument (because a voice is decisively one), it's hard to deny that you also need a master technician who can check your sound.
And also to refine it, or to eradicate bad and harmful singing habits. It is commonly thought that singing or singing lessons are exclusively for inexperienced singers or singers who come of age. While the benefits for beginners and others are enormous, make no mistake, the voice lessons are for both professional singers and aspiring singers. There are numerous reasons why a singer might want to take singing lessons.
In general, if your voice is not able to meet the needs of your musical genre, if you have problems with the tone, a pronounced break in your voice, a limited range, or if your voice fatigues quickly during a performance or rehearsal, you could benefit from singing lessons. The vocal coach can quickly identify weaknesses and problems in a singer's approach, but he also has the teaching expertise and experience that allow him to skillfully guide the student toward development by applying practical solutions. A lot of people get vocal training informally, instead of enrolling in Cornish, and now I'm fully qualified to sing the electric boogaloo. The work of a vocal coach is based on the assumption that a student is already capable of singing well and only needs training to achieve a goal.
Some students looking for a vocal coach may be preparing for an audition or are studying a character for a performance. While a vocal coach can also use the title of “voice teacher”, they may not have the same level of education. Mercury was said to have the crudest vocal cord nodules and he claimed that he had never had any formal vocal training. For example, having prepared specific songs with a vocal coach and having performed exercises that explore tones that far exceed the highest notes of the song will reduce the likelihood of anticipating the high notes and forcing or falling flat on those notes.
Once an artist starts doing big tours, it would be normal for a vocal coach to be there if people on the label thought there was any chance of damage. In fact, a good vocal coach is for the singer someone who helps maintain balance and maintain balance in a perfect shape. With proper vocal technique and proper vocal care, the concern of damaging the voice will significantly decrease. Skill, but leaving aside the group of successful but not skilled singers, I would be inclined to think that yes, most skilled and successful singers (or simply skilled and serious) will have invested in vocal training.