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As we seem to be coming out of this mess, when can we expect to get back to singing together? We invite two scientists to come and give you their take on how the singing world is going to move forward. Listen to find out more!By Chris Johnson and Steve Giles
 
Today we thought we would devote an entire episode to the world of voice teachers. After all, COVID has messed up A LOT of diaries and we want to help you get back to capacity in this new world of 'online coaching'. Essentially, going from in person to online coaching needs a big shift in approach, but once you understand it you can flourish again.…
 
Join us as we host the brilliant vocal coach and scientist Heidi Moss Erickson. We'll be talking about the neuroscience of pitch matching and how we can use science to improve our tuning, how the brain connects to the vocal folds and what that means to our approach, aaaaaaaand the planned aspect of primal (or not so primal) sound.…
 
Walt has trained thousands of voice professionals, speech therapists, ENTs and vocal coaches in manual therapy techniques for voice. Originally a myofascial release champion, Walt now sees the world of touch through a different lens, leaving big questions as to how and why massage REALLY works.... it's not all as it seems. He also shares self-help …
 
It's a common thing right? Scales go well, songs go, umm, not so well. There might be some nifty ways for you to work out why that is and eventually solve it. Steve and Chris look into the ways which the brain and body learn skills and transfer them on to similar tasks. They also give you a few ideas as to how you can start to construct scales that…
 
Admittedly, these tongue strategies might be No’s 1 and 2 of 507 because there are so many way in which you can stop that tongue from being a muscular annoyance in your singing. You don’t have to do them all mind! It’s more due to the fact that the singing world are extremely creative! Plus, the root cause of tension is different from one singer to…
 
This podcast is not a quick fix for high notes. The truth about quick fixes is that they only really work when there are parts of your voice that are present already. Vocal registers being one of them. So, high notes are not going to be easy if you haven't really explored your falsetto at all, yet so many singers want to know how to skip this detai…
 
In near enough ten minutes (LOL). In this episode we briefly cover a couple of our favourites for a more relaxed set of vocal cords: the shake and the Y-buzz. Tune in and let us know if they work for you! For more, join us at https://www.thenakedvocalist.com/By Chris Johnson and Steve Giles
 
Welcome to 600 Second Singing, Episode 1! Today we are rattling on about mixed voice! But first, an explanation about this new 'series'.... There is often a leeetle bit of time in-between our full length guest podcasts. To fill that gap, we thought we would do regular ‘mini’ podcasts featuring listener questions. Fortunately, we get many singing qu…
 
David Harris and Laurel Irene are the brains behind the amazing resource that is Voice Science Works. They take contemporary research on the voice and translate it into directly applicable information so that you, the voice user, can immediately apply it in your practice. Their website is free, accessible and friendly to all voice users who wish to…
 
Welcome vocal coach and Feldenkrais practitioner Robert Sussuma. Let's delve into why warming up isn't necessary and why really knowing yourself is HUGE! This episode is packed with quotes, books recommendations and gems for all teachers and singers to get hold of! Join us for all of our podcasts at https://www.thenakedvocalist.com/…
 
Today we bring you KJ Rose, singer and creator of The Rose Effect - Artist Development & Performance Coaching. She has a fantastic energy so makes for a great listen if you get a chance, you invest in her investment for sure! Most recently, KJ was the on-camera performance coach for Kelly Rowland's BET show "Chasing Destiny" and Khloe Khardashian's…
 
Cathrine Sadolin is among the leading voice researchers in the world. Her research across all vocal styles, combined with her own experiences as a professional singer, has inspired innovative thinking within the field. She is the mastermind behind advanced singing techniques, useful for instruction within all musical styles. Author of Complete Voca…
 
Welcome to todays episode with Vocal Process’s Gillyane Kayes and Jeremy Fisher. They are long-standing coaches in the worldwide community, authors of This Is A Voice, and the brains behind the App Stores successful vocal app, The 1 minute Warm Up. Gillyanne comes from the professional classical singer background and has trained, and had a career, …
 
On this 51st episode we have Dr. Meribeth Dayme talking us through voice training with the ancient, the old and the new techniques to get the best experience in singing. Stick to the end, as Dr. Dayme has a generous offer for you! Visit the full supporting blog and website here: http://www.thenakedvocalist.com/…
 
Welcome to The Naked Vocalist singing podcast. Whether you are a pro singer, novice, a performer or a vocal coach, there's something in here for you. For the supporting blog and extra info, please visit: http://www.thenakedvocalist.com/podcast And please share us! We'd love to reach more people. Website: http://thenakedvocalist.com Facebook: http:/…
 
Welcome to The Naked Vocalist singing podcast. Whether you are a pro singer, novice, a performer or a vocal coach, there's something in here for you. For the supporting blog and extra info, please visit: http://www.thenakedvocalist.com/podcast And please share us! We'd love to reach more people. Website: http://thenakedvocalist.com Facebook: http:/…
 
It's a big topic today. Extending your vocal range, especially the super high notes! We'll take you through everything from the science, the physiology and the application of the exercise. You also get to see us must it right up as well! Click and listen.By Chris Johnson and Steve Giles
 
Welcome to The Naked Vocalist singing podcast. Whether you are a pro singer, novice, a performer or a vocal coach, there's something in here for you. For the supporting blog and extra info, please visit: http://www.thenakedvocalist.com/podcast And please share us! We'd love to reach more people. Website: http://thenakedvocalist.com Facebook: http:/…
 
Timestamps: Denosh Bennett - background/backing vocalist to the stars. 6.30 The Mariah Carey dance audition that led to a wealth of opportunity 17.10 Have you heard any vocal myths along your way? 19.45 Vocal health and aeroplanes? 23.10 What skills do you need to be a background vocalist? 24.00 A tip for learning lyrics 31.37 Where do you go to fi…
 
Time stamps: 7.37 Should extrinsic muscles be used in singing? Should we be disengaging as much as possible? 14.42 Does whispering make you more hoarse? What does the science say? 19.10 How can I find out more about formants and harmonics? Why should I? 27.45 Why are some singers vibrato fast and some slow? Can you change it? 32.54 Karin listens to…
 
Welcome to The Naked Vocalist singing podcast. Whether you are a pro singer, novice, a performer or a vocal coach, there's something in here for you. Today we are giving you our best strategies for warming up your voice, particularly for those who feel they are slow to get going or suffer from morning voice. For the supporting blog and extra info, …
 
This is a big argument between voice teachers, and it's been raging on for centuries. What should you do with your larynx? Who's right? Let us take you through the pros and cons so you don't get caught up in the cross fire.Supporting blog available here.By Chris Johnson and Steve Giles
 
You DO NOT want to miss this. Straw singing is taking over the world, but you need to do it right. Let us show you how and give you the science behind this revolutionary singing essential. Timestamps:1:02 Music from Emma McGrath3:05 Fact and Myth 7:30 No-one over the age of 55 filled out our survey9:19 Why is the straw really really good for singer…
 
Yes, that piece of muscle in the middle of your instrument can be a right pain in the neck (actually though). It's position is important for physiological reasons as well as acoustic reasons, and hence it's effect on the voice is massive! It's knowing what to do with it however. Let us guide you through the world of tongue tension release, and plac…
 
Timestamps:0:58 Music from Keith Daniel Washo www.youtube.com/user/KeithWashoMusic9:13 Chris talks about breathing techniques in Switzerland10:04 Steve talks about his new project: www.singfinity.co.uk15:11 Listener question: why am I losing my voice when I sing with my choir? 32:45 Listener question: how do I teach an adolescent male through the v…
 
Today we're on about singing supplements... do they work? All those sprays and lozenges. What's the deal?Also, a listener question is featured: how do you coach someone back from a vocal operation or injury? It's a cautious approach and needs considering.Tune in for more chatter, and bit of fun, and some interesting finds on YouTube!…
 
Timestamps:1:26 Music from Rebel Rae2:08 Request for reviews4:06 A homage to Prince5:26 How do I become more confident?22:36 Step by step confidence strategy33:40 High note helperCONFIDENCE. Everyone wants it. No one has it. Or so it seems. That's our listener question today! So we delve into the why's and how's of getting more of the stuff. We als…
 
6:25 We learn a little bit of Chinese11:30 What are you doing for world voice day?13:37 What is Laryngitis and how much does it affect singers?33:35 What should I look for in a vocal coach?Today we discuss laryngitis! If you're a singer you would, for sure, been scuppered by this pesky little monkey. Where does it come from? What to do if you have …
 
Today we discuss the much asked question: are people born to sing? In true Naked Vocalist style we batter the subject to death. 'Passion', mindset, environment and genetics all play a role in the answer to this question and, more importantly, becoming a vocal legend. We also have a listener question about vibrato. How does one make it healthy? We a…
 
This is a big one. Breathing heavy weight Robin de Haas has some great information and techniques for you to try for balancing the voices fuel: breath.Many singers and humans suffer from 'High Residual Volume' in the lungs. Tune in to find out what that is, why it's trashing your singing, and how to solve it!…
 
We have coaching royalty on! Yes, Jaime is in the house. We get to chat to this great teacher, who's clients include James LaBrie of Dream Theater, about his colourful history as a rock teacher. Jaime also gives his his top tips when it comes to training for distortion and screaming, as well as a delve into his voice care routine. Throat Coat tea a…
 
Yes yes yes! We got some listeners on the show to talk about anything and everything, and some of the conversation got out of hand. Standard.In this show we talk to our listeners about these cracking subjects: Favourite vowels to get you in the good place Why New York is such a great place to live How much does your voice type matter in your style?…
 
Dr, Daniel is one of the best coaches in the world! He's completed a PhD under highly respected voice scientist Johan Sundberg, written successful pop songs, coached for Eurovision and is an experienced recording artist in his own right. He's got some skills, let us tell you! Daniels covers his passion for technique in this show, along with lots of…
 
Jump onboard for this one! It's a hot topic for almost everyone in contemporary singing, and we're no different. Plus, we spend almost our whole careers helping singers achieve this very thing healthily and routinely. We'll let you know the basic methods for your training regime, and what to look out for. Give yourself some time to take it in howev…
 
Welcome to Episode 30! We're hear with Michael Goodrich - the mindset man. Michael has devoted his life's work to figuring out singers and their crazy minds. Let's face it... we're all a little bit crazy. Listen in for some advice on dealing with negative thoughts and improving your performances through mindset! Join us for more at http://www.thena…
 
Brad is the man when it comes to sneaky marketing tips and effective management of working musicians. He has a ton of experience promoting signed artists and working with labels, but in recent years he has dedicated his time to helping cover band artists reach new heights. We don't want to say it's all about money, but this one kind of is. Who does…
 
Well, this one is awesome then?!? Wendy Parr really brings some amazing content with her for this episode. If you any kind of performer, songwriter or casual singer you must listen to this. It will strike a chord in any vocalists heart! Wendy has tons of experience in all of these areas, and she's a talented teacher and coaches artists such as A Gr…
 
What a treat we have for you today. Mega-coach John Henny talks to us about his own brand of singing. John is steeped in years of experimenting with vocal science principles in voice training, and has arrived at a singular vowel as his main tool. The 'UH' vowel delivers less strain and more power. Check out this episode for a bunch of knowledge bom…
 
We are very lucky to have the founders of the newest vocal massage technique on our show this time. David and Elissa from Vibrant Voice Technique! They tell us what to do when tension strikes, why it strikes and what will happen if you leave it too long! If you're suffering vocal fatigue then this could be for you. Besides, they are great talkers a…
 
Today we are unbelievably honoured to have leading voice researcher Dr Ingo Titze giving us the lowdown on vocal science. This episode is definitely for those who want to get a deeper understanding of vocal function and resonance. Check out the blog post at www.thenakedvocalist.com/podcast/20 for a detailed transcription and jargon buster.…
 
Today we have voice coach Ian Davidson on the show. He is a studio owner, a gospel choir expert, a senior lecturer and has a masters in music performance. Safe to say, he knows his onions! Join us for the search into developing vibrato, how to combat mucous, and the strange world of tone deafness. www.thenakedvocalist.com…
 
Here we are with episode 18 and we are privileged to have vocal coach and confidence guru Chip Jenkins with us. She answers questions on high note worries, stage fright and dealing with a difficult crowd. Get yourself on this episode if you get the nerves in any way. It'll be worth it!By Chris Johnson and Steve Giles
 
Today's show is with Josh Alamu. Josh is a brilliant coach who’s popularity is growing to astronomical levels across the globe with every year that passes. He started out life as a backing vocalist working with artists like Joss Stone, and was helped on that journey as a young singer by two industry giants; David and Carrie Grant. During the earlie…
 
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