The Human Voice from the Discovery program on BBC radio

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A fantastic BBC World Radio piece on the voice, featuring leading voice scientists such as Dr Ingo Titze and Professor Johan Sundberg and more explaining how the voice works. Find out how vowels are formed, what happens when a boy’s voice breaks, how the vocal folds vibrate, why humans have a descended larynx, what makes our voice […]

Singing teacher training workshop from a master teacher (London Sept 1-3)

Posted on Categories: Education, Expertise, Sing teacher training, Vocal Science, Vocal techniques

Dave Stroud was my first singing teaching mentor. he has been instrumental in helping me not only to be a the best voice teacher I can be but also in helping me get the right mindset for building a successful tracking studio. Dave is here with one of his artists, Daniel Bedingfield, to present a […]

Exercise tip for tired voices

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Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract exercises using a simple straw may help alleviate a tired or fatigued voice. They can be used for the singing or speaking voice before and after voice use. You can incorporate these exercises into your routine vocal warm up and cool downs, when recovering from a cold or respiratory illness or if […]

TED Rules

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I am a huge TED fan. TED is a small nonprofit organisation devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. On the site you’ll find a collection of videos of people who speak at the TED conferences held around the world through out the year. These people share their innovative, creative thoughts, inspiring ideas, knowledge, skills and experiences. On […]

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