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Voice Quality After a Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercise With a Ventilation Mask in Contemporary Commercial Singers: Acoustic Analysis and Self-Assessments…
Jess Baldwin shares her experience at the 2017 APME Conference.
UK Vocal Coach Kim Chandler shares her thoughts on teaching popular music.
Jess shares her template for goal setting with private lesson students.
Guest blogger Judy Rodman talks about the differences between live singing and studio singing and the ways we teachers can help our students better prepare for recording. She covers preparation, setting up the mic, using headphones, performance psychology, specific vocal techniques, and vocal health.
Jess discusses mix and provides some exercises to try.
Dale Cox provides a quick summary of Dane Chalfin’s recent ANATS presentation about primal sound.
Jess discusses ways she teaches music theory to students in popular and commercial genres.
This month’s voice science summary includes a look into the belting techniques of four master teachers, the proven benefits of chewing techniques and acupuncture, talkativeness as a predictor of pathology, as well as the effects of self-regulation depletion on vocal control.