Shelton Studios

Shelton Studios

5.0 (8)
4 hires on Lessons.com
4 years in business

About this pro

Music is the language of the soul. Everyone understands. My goal is to give my stundents the knowledge to persue any path they may desire in music or the music industry. Lessons range from all styles of voice to performance techniques to music production. 
I have been teaching for 4 years. I have performed in many groups. One group was BYU Vocal Point, a 9 man a capella group. This genre requires a knowledge of all musical styles. I also performed in two professional cover bands. 
I studies Commercial Music at BYU, where I was taught music production, music theory, and received extensive vocal training among other skills. 

Check out my website:

www.shelton-studios.com

also find me on Facebook:

https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1871974219759265&ref=content_filter

and LinkedIn

http://linkedin.com/in/logandshelton

Singing is so personal and vulnerable. It is the instrument that you can't replace or upgrade. It is a part of you. That can be scary and many times we don't automatically enjoy our own voice. My favorite part of teaching is seeing my students develop self confidence that reaches beyond singing. 

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Tempe, AZ 85281
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8 Reviews

5.0

  • Denise Mongie

    Logan bent over backwards to help my daughter have success. He taught her all the techniques and skills of pop singing he has learned over his experience in the music field. He also was able to prepare her for a professional recording which he spent hours on making her sound her optimal best. It really boost her confidence to know she could sing so well. He was very positive and understanding of her insecurities yet challenged her to push through them. Logan is a very talented musician not only vocally but also technologically. He has great professional recording skills and experience as well which help magnify his students talents beyond their vocal training. He was always so positive and wonderful to work with

  • Stefanie Walters

    My daughter has been taking voice lessons from Logan for roughly two years. Her confidence and abilities have consistently improved. Logan knows how to challenge and stretch while building confidence and talent. Logan knows from experience and talent. His talents aren’t limited. Our family loves Logan. He’s a delight to work with.

  • Preslee Walters

    Logan is amazing at giving feedback in a way that is kind and that will help you progress. He is also great at allowing and perfecting style choices. Not only is he a great teacher, but he is also very talented himself.

  • Jacob Chesney

    It is a very friendly environment I never once felt judged for my capabilities or anything and I think that is very important in order for you to have success and progress. On top of that I have been able to really improve from where I started! I have gone from thinking ok I’m alright to being confident that I’m good at singing!


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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to make lessons an individual experience, so I first ask questions to understand my students interests, desires, and goals. The first lesson will go longer than the half hour time slot, but I won't charge for the additional time. I want to make sure we get off to a great start. For voice Lessons I will begin teaching the anatomy and physics of singing. We will take a look at what vocal folds look like and how they function. From there we choose music and begin taking strides forward!


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I studied Commercial Music at BYU. I have formally studied classical voice for 4 years and contemporary voice (which includes:musical theater, jazz, pop, rock, etc.) for 6 years. I have studied and have years of experience in music theory and music production. I received my minor in family life which included courses in human development, adolescent development, and child development. I have also worked for Remix Vocal Academy (a summer youth camp) for 4 years.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I charge for 30 to 60 minute lessons.

Payments are accepted via Venmo, Cash, or Check.

Specifics of pricing vary by time and by individual or group lessons. Those details are outlined in my lesson policies, which are sent out before we begin lessons.


How did you get started teaching?

I began teaching when I was traveling with one of my performing groups 4 years ago. I had a group of youth ask me if I taught voice and at the time I was not. We exchanged contact info and began lessons. From there I have developed my curriculum and business. I continue to study and stay up to date with the latest discoveries and techniques of singing. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students ranging from 5 to 66 years old. I have students that meet with me in my studio, but about half of my students of from other states such as Washington, Illinois, and Utah. We do our lessons by video chat, including Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, Skype, and Google Hangouts. I have taught students that are strictly one genre such as classical, musical theater, and Jazz. I have also taught students that wanted a broad knowledge of all of the styles. I have some students that focus more on song writing, performance, or stylization. 
For music production I have helped students set up their own home studio and taught them the skills needed to make a great product. I have a few students that strictly take lessons for music production. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I recently had a student prepare and record a song with me for a non profit organization. She sang "Rescue" by Lauren Daigle. The song was for the organization called "The Underground Railroad" and it was to raise awareness around sex trafficking. 
We spent over a month preparing vocally, adding style and emotion, and then recording to make a track that left us feeling very touched and accomplished. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

The first thing I would look for is how you connect with your teacher. Are they the right fit?

I would then look at their knowledge.

For example: For voice teachers. Do they teach and understand the anatomy and physics of singing? Do they know standard definitions and techniques for functions of the voice? Terms may vary depending on the style.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What does music mean to me?

What do I want to achieve with music?