The most-obvious form of training, and the way we all learn to speak. Sounds are both played and demonstrated to allow the client to develop finite muscle coordination. By accurately repeating the sounds, vocal habits are established that solidify into technical efficiency.
Traditionally the most-common form of vocal training (though significantly more complex in Vocal Integration™), vocalises or patterned vocal exercises are repeated by the singer to help develop neuromuscular control and efficiency, not unlike personal training.
In this method, the crucial anatomy, physiology, physics and science of the singing voice are explained via comparative analogy and applied to real-time examples. Phrasing, registration, diction, vocal range, volume, endurance and singing mastery are explained through the lens of how the body is built and how its structure relates to the laws of physics. "Once you know how to build a car, driving it is the easy part." - Dale Earnhardt