Learn something new about your voice or get inspired by browsing this collection of instructional voice videos. A broad range of topics are covered, including practice tips, voice health, vocology, music, and uplifting messages to help you make informed decisions and love your voice. New videos are posted regularly, so check back often!
[Interviews on Voice Matters]
This series invites leading experts and luminaries in the fields of vocology and voice function to share their knowledge and experience.
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[Quick Tips for Voice]
Quick but potent tips about your voice. Watch, listen, and learn without breaking a sweat.
The biggest disease affecting humanity: “I’m Not Enough"
Your body language shapes who you are
Straws will save your life
Visual explanation of polyphonic overtone singing
Vocal straw exercise
Overview of polyphonic overtone singing
Mechanics of the diaphragm
The McGurk Effect
Diaphragmatic (belly) breathing
Byron Katie - The Work - The Essence in her own words
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Voice and Other Helpful Links
Jazz Education Network
Center for Voice
Thomas Blaylock, Northwest Institute of Voice
Practical Vocal Acoustics by Ken Bozeman
LaRue Howard Ministries
The SpeakEasy Cooperative
Straws for Voice,
SOVT straw exercises and information for vocal health
Free Online Voice Simulator
Free Madde Voice Simulator
Sygyt Software, Spectrum
Vocal exercises by Joseph Stemple, Ph.D. Published by Emily Greenleaf.
How to do the Messa Di Voce Exercise by Justin Petersen.
Check out these articles that I've written for other publications.
When "Natural" Doesn't Mean Much
Singing is supposed to feel natural and easy, right? But what if we have gotten so far from sensations of relaxation and "natural" that we don't know how to get back there? This article explores the paradox of wanting to sing in a "natural" way, when sometimes we have no idea how.
Publication: Voice Science Works in The Unfiltered Source - Volume 1, Episode 1, "Natural"