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What is music anyway?

I've been thinking about music and what it is, how it's written and how we perform it. I first showed the following sequence in a workshop at Chichester University in 2018. Let me know what you think! What do you see? The image above contains a number of white dots. There is very little meaning in [...]

By |2019-05-27T22:42:20+01:00April 8th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Free Stuff|Tags: , , , , , , , , |4 Comments

What is pitch?

When Gillyanne and I were writing our book This Is A Voice, this question appeared in an email from our (non-musician) editor. And it got me thinking. What is pitch and how do we think of it? In the acoustic/scientific sense pitch is defined as something creating noise that has a regular number of vibrations per [...]

By |2019-05-27T22:43:49+01:00April 1st, 2019|Categories: Blog, Free Stuff|Tags: , , , , |26 Comments

eZINE 83 – One Minute Voice Warmup

eZINE 83 -  The One Minute Voice WarmUp The One Minute Voice WarmUp, our first app for healthy voice, has hit the Apple top 3 paid music apps list* and has been featured in the UK's best-selling technology magazine as the only paid health-based app in their review worth getting! In this eZINE you can find [...]

Build your own tilting larynx

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 [...]

Vocal Process Working Week – what we do every day

Working Week for Vocal Process Monday: "Understanding Head Voice" online training Webinar Looking forward to our 12th online training Webinar tomorrow. We've already done three on Taking Chest Voice Higher, so this month it's clarifying the confusion around “Head Voice”. We’re including a voice science moment to explain what really happens physically in different [...]

By |2015-05-08T17:55:03+01:00March 2nd, 2014|Categories: Blog, Interviews|0 Comments

Interview Breath And The Vocal Folds 1

Breath and the Vocal Folds - a Musical Theatre Perspective (page 1) Last year the Voice and Speech Teachers' Association in America (VASTA) approached Gillyanne to be interviewed for their bi-annual Voice and Speech Review. The resulting interview with VSR's Editor-in-Chief Rena Cook has just been published. Breath and the Vocal Folds - A Musical Theatre [...]

By |2014-03-13T14:20:30+00:00February 28th, 2014|Categories: Interviews|0 Comments

Interview Breath And The Vocal Folds 2

Breath and the Vocal Folds - a Musical Theatre Perspective (page 2) Last year the Voice and Speech Teachers' Association in America (VASTA) approached Gillyanne to be interviewed for their bi-annual Voice and Speech Review. The resulting interview with VSR's Editor-in-Chief Rena Cook has just been published. ...continued from page 1 GK: A second turning point [...]

By |2014-03-13T14:24:46+00:00February 28th, 2014|Categories: Interviews|0 Comments

Interview Breath And The Vocal Folds 3

Breath and the Vocal Folds - a Musical Theatre Perspective (page 3) Last year the Voice and Speech Teachers' Association in America (VASTA) approached Gillyanne to be interviewed for their bi-annual Voice and Speech Review. The resulting interview with VSR's Editor-in-Chief Rena Cook has just been published. ...continued from page 2 GK: I have continued along [...]

By |2014-03-13T14:25:09+00:00February 28th, 2014|Categories: Interviews|0 Comments