When Jeremy created the free tilting larynx template, he had no idea it would be downloaded at a rate of 15 a day for more than 10 years! If you haven't already seen the paper larynx, it's one of the only larynx models that has a tilting thyroid and tilting/revolving arytenoids. It is as close [...]
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What exactly is voice research? How does voice research fit with voice training, and how do we know whether it’s relevant or not? The answer is to VET it - using Validation, Extrapolation and Triangulation Let’s start by looking at voice training Voice training is by its very nature experiential. You can of course read [...]
Choose the right warm-up Here's another article we wrote a couple of years ago for the Voice Council Magazine. This one's on vocal warm-up techniques and advice. A new client told us the other day that when she did a YouTube warm-up, her voice was as tired as if she’d been doing a 2-hour gig. That’s [...]
Is this belting? What is belting? Belting is the "high" in contemporary singing. West End actors, Gospel divas, and Rock singers use belting to raise the performance temperature and give voice to the strongest emotions. It's an exciting, dramatic, loud sound that is based on a chest voice vibration: the vocal folds are vibrating [...]
Growing voices: from roots to results Using voices outdoors can be tiring If your job depends on it, caring for your voice becomes vital. Anne Leatherland, our Vocal Process Accredited Teacher, was recently invited to a forestry centre to give a workshop to the staff on how to use voices efficiently outdoors. We asked [...]