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All Things Vocal: Podcast for Singers, Speakers, Voice Coaches and Producers

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All Things Vocal: Podcast for Singers, Speakers, Voice Coaches and Producers

Judy Rodman

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Professional vocal coach Judy Rodman shares tips and techniques for singing and speaking on stage and in the recording studio.

Latest Episodes

How Great Voices Make Strategic Use Of Space

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is how great voices use space. Listen to this podcast episode to learn the different ways singers and speakers can benefit from various uses of spaces, commas, breaths and silence. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW where you like to listen! Reviews are the best way you can support this podcast! If you’d like help with delivering stronger, more interesting and compelling vocal performances or with any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Separating run on sentences Separating vocal and instrumental practice Allowing space without filling Embracing periodic silence Disconnecting Completely Links mentioned in this podcast include: The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran I'm Not Getting Married Today Kristen Chenoweth: Breathe From Your Hoo Hoo Beyonce': Halo Lady Gaga: Star Spangled Banner Getting Your Voice Back Exercises Power, Path & Performance vocal training on disc Penatonix: Sound of Silence

14 MINSEP 15
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How Great Voices Make Strategic Use Of Space

Interview With Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today I interview Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson. Listen to this episode to learn about this healing work created originally by Australian Frederick Mattias Alexander, and learn some fascinating things about how you can cooperate with your design to do all kinds of things better... including singing! Peter is the Founder and Executive Director of Total Vocal Freedom, the world’s largest online Alexander Technique learning community. He is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, conductor, music educator and an AmSAT-certified (American Society of the Alexander Technique) teacher of the Alexander Technique. He discovered the Alexander Technique over 13 years ago after suffering from back pain and tendinitis while pursuing his music studies. Jacobson has earned advanced degrees in Conducting from the University of Illinois, the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University a...

36 MINAUG 7
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Interview With Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson

Why Changing Vocal Habits Is So Freaking Hard

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Why Change Is Difficult. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to change longstanding bad habits that you think you can't unlearn into good habits that become your voice-freeing new normal. This podcast is now playing at iTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with frustrating vocal issues, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Physical myelin sheath highways (neural pathways) that you must (and CAN) repave to change habits Psychological blocks to learning and how you can overcome them Links mentioned in this podcast include: Article on Myelin by Courtney Sperlazza, MPH Article by Jason Shen on how to rewire your brain with practic...

12 MINJUN 12
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Why Changing Vocal Habits Is So Freaking Hard

Interview With Diane Kimbrough - Part 2

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Part 2 of my interview with veteran live performance coach Diane Kimbrough. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to raise the level of your live performance staging. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! Contact Diane for vocal performance sessions at her website www.DianeKimbrough.com. If you’d like help with any vocal matter, get Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in part 2 include: Why Diane's approach is to practice the arena level show instead of the coffee-house show, and how that can benefit the smaller venue performance, too. Training artists to work with a camera. How being present with venue size changes how you perform live. The c...

28 MINAPR 30
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Interview With Diane Kimbrough - Part 2

Interview With Veteran Live Performance Coach Diane Kimbrough - Part1

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is my interview with Diane Kimbrough. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to improve your live performances, your confidence on stage and your audience impact. You'll also learn how Diane's performance coaching and my vocal coaching work together in a synergy that supports instead of confuses our artist clients. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with live performance, contact Diane at her websitehttp://dianekimbrough.com/. For help with any vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Diane's background & experience Explanation of what live performance coaching is. How Diane uses her danc...

32 MINAPR 23
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Interview With Veteran Live Performance Coach Diane Kimbrough - Part1

How My Vocal Training Can Hurt You

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is vocal training and how it canhurt you if youmisunderstand it. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to correctly apply my and other coaches' vocal training techniques so they can help, not hurt your voice! This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with radically improving your voice while conquering vocal strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. If you have questions about my or other coaches' training, email me at judy@judyrodman.com. Subjects covered in this episode include: Pull, don't push the voice Take a breath and don't use it Use your face Press fingertips together for breath balance Articulate clearly Straighten your spine You ca...

18 MINMAR 31
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How My Vocal Training Can Hurt You

Interview With Mark Thress - Classical vs Contemporary Voice

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today I interview Mark Thress… classical singer and teacher, voice science researcher, entrepreneur and colleague. He and I have been trading vocal lessons for about a year. Listen to this episode to hear us share our explorations and findings concerning the similarities and differences in contemporary and classical singing and teaching, as well as how cross-training can help both. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you want the best contemporary vocal training proven to maximize vocal ability and conquer strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Find Mark Thress and his services at his Facebook page, Instagram @MarkThress and website. Links mentioned in this podcast...

28 MINFEB 21
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Interview With Mark Thress - Classical vs Contemporary Voice

How To Sing A Love Song

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is How to Sing Love Songs. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to go deeper into the various messages that are present in love songs, and the how to deliver love songs more interestingly and authentically to get a more powerful response. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with performing emotional songs or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Examples of various love song messages and songs that carry them Four questions to ask What to do if you’re not feeling it Mistakes to avoid How to create nuance Two exercises Links mentioned in this podcast include: Lots of songs T...

15 MINFEB 5
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How To Sing A Love Song

Singing and Creating Harmony

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Harmony. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to sing and create harmony parts. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with singing or creating harmony, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: The power of harmony How to pick a part How to train for harmony singing Some examples of great harmony Links mentioned in this podcast include: Flyte Three Simon and Garfunkel Bohemian Rhapsody Africaby the band Toto Emmylou Harris Alison Krauss and Union Station - Down To The River (live) HearFones The Judds - Grandpa Wynonna - She Is His Only Need Pentatonix - Havana Washington Per...

12 MINJAN 22
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Singing and Creating Harmony

Lessons On Courageous Creativity From New Zealand

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Courageous Creativity of New Zealand. Listen to this podcast episode to learn about the unique and breathtaking creativity I found during my New Zealand trip, and to find inspiration for your own expanded possibilities. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with exploring your voice’s potential, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Links mentioned in this podcast include: Christchurch Street Art Dance-O-Mat Flat White Coffee Kumara potatoes Start City Mall Eye Language of Sheep Dogs Rachael Leahcar Glow Worm Caves Maori Culture Hobbiton Photos from my New Zealand adventure

10 MINJAN 6
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Lessons On Courageous Creativity From New Zealand

Latest Episodes

How Great Voices Make Strategic Use Of Space

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is how great voices use space. Listen to this podcast episode to learn the different ways singers and speakers can benefit from various uses of spaces, commas, breaths and silence. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW where you like to listen! Reviews are the best way you can support this podcast! If you’d like help with delivering stronger, more interesting and compelling vocal performances or with any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Separating run on sentences Separating vocal and instrumental practice Allowing space without filling Embracing periodic silence Disconnecting Completely Links mentioned in this podcast include: The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran I'm Not Getting Married Today Kristen Chenoweth: Breathe From Your Hoo Hoo Beyonce': Halo Lady Gaga: Star Spangled Banner Getting Your Voice Back Exercises Power, Path & Performance vocal training on disc Penatonix: Sound of Silence

14 MINSEP 15
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How Great Voices Make Strategic Use Of Space

Interview With Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today I interview Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson. Listen to this episode to learn about this healing work created originally by Australian Frederick Mattias Alexander, and learn some fascinating things about how you can cooperate with your design to do all kinds of things better... including singing! Peter is the Founder and Executive Director of Total Vocal Freedom, the world’s largest online Alexander Technique learning community. He is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, conductor, music educator and an AmSAT-certified (American Society of the Alexander Technique) teacher of the Alexander Technique. He discovered the Alexander Technique over 13 years ago after suffering from back pain and tendinitis while pursuing his music studies. Jacobson has earned advanced degrees in Conducting from the University of Illinois, the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University a...

36 MINAUG 7
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Interview With Alexander Technique Practitioner Peter Jacobson

Why Changing Vocal Habits Is So Freaking Hard

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Why Change Is Difficult. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to change longstanding bad habits that you think you can't unlearn into good habits that become your voice-freeing new normal. This podcast is now playing at iTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with frustrating vocal issues, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Physical myelin sheath highways (neural pathways) that you must (and CAN) repave to change habits Psychological blocks to learning and how you can overcome them Links mentioned in this podcast include: Article on Myelin by Courtney Sperlazza, MPH Article by Jason Shen on how to rewire your brain with practic...

12 MINJUN 12
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Why Changing Vocal Habits Is So Freaking Hard

Interview With Diane Kimbrough - Part 2

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Part 2 of my interview with veteran live performance coach Diane Kimbrough. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to raise the level of your live performance staging. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! Contact Diane for vocal performance sessions at her website www.DianeKimbrough.com. If you’d like help with any vocal matter, get Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in part 2 include: Why Diane's approach is to practice the arena level show instead of the coffee-house show, and how that can benefit the smaller venue performance, too. Training artists to work with a camera. How being present with venue size changes how you perform live. The c...

28 MINAPR 30
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Interview With Diane Kimbrough - Part 2

Interview With Veteran Live Performance Coach Diane Kimbrough - Part1

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is my interview with Diane Kimbrough. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to improve your live performances, your confidence on stage and your audience impact. You'll also learn how Diane's performance coaching and my vocal coaching work together in a synergy that supports instead of confuses our artist clients. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with live performance, contact Diane at her websitehttp://dianekimbrough.com/. For help with any vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Diane's background & experience Explanation of what live performance coaching is. How Diane uses her danc...

32 MINAPR 23
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Interview With Veteran Live Performance Coach Diane Kimbrough - Part1

How My Vocal Training Can Hurt You

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is vocal training and how it canhurt you if youmisunderstand it. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to correctly apply my and other coaches' vocal training techniques so they can help, not hurt your voice! This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with radically improving your voice while conquering vocal strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. If you have questions about my or other coaches' training, email me at judy@judyrodman.com. Subjects covered in this episode include: Pull, don't push the voice Take a breath and don't use it Use your face Press fingertips together for breath balance Articulate clearly Straighten your spine You ca...

18 MINMAR 31
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How My Vocal Training Can Hurt You

Interview With Mark Thress - Classical vs Contemporary Voice

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today I interview Mark Thress… classical singer and teacher, voice science researcher, entrepreneur and colleague. He and I have been trading vocal lessons for about a year. Listen to this episode to hear us share our explorations and findings concerning the similarities and differences in contemporary and classical singing and teaching, as well as how cross-training can help both. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you want the best contemporary vocal training proven to maximize vocal ability and conquer strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Find Mark Thress and his services at his Facebook page, Instagram @MarkThress and website. Links mentioned in this podcast...

28 MINFEB 21
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Interview With Mark Thress - Classical vs Contemporary Voice

How To Sing A Love Song

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is How to Sing Love Songs. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to go deeper into the various messages that are present in love songs, and the how to deliver love songs more interestingly and authentically to get a more powerful response. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with performing emotional songs or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: Examples of various love song messages and songs that carry them Four questions to ask What to do if you’re not feeling it Mistakes to avoid How to create nuance Two exercises Links mentioned in this podcast include: Lots of songs T...

15 MINFEB 5
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How To Sing A Love Song

Singing and Creating Harmony

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Harmony. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to sing and create harmony parts. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with singing or creating harmony, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Subjects covered in this episode include: The power of harmony How to pick a part How to train for harmony singing Some examples of great harmony Links mentioned in this podcast include: Flyte Three Simon and Garfunkel Bohemian Rhapsody Africaby the band Toto Emmylou Harris Alison Krauss and Union Station - Down To The River (live) HearFones The Judds - Grandpa Wynonna - She Is His Only Need Pentatonix - Havana Washington Per...

12 MINJAN 22
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Singing and Creating Harmony

Lessons On Courageous Creativity From New Zealand

This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find atAllThingsVocal.com. Today's topic is Courageous Creativity of New Zealand. Listen to this podcast episode to learn about the unique and breathtaking creativity I found during my New Zealand trip, and to find inspiration for your own expanded possibilities. This podcast is now playing atiTunes,Google Play,TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED! If you’d like help with exploring your voice’s potential, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com invocal lessonsand onCD courses. Links mentioned in this podcast include: Christchurch Street Art Dance-O-Mat Flat White Coffee Kumara potatoes Start City Mall Eye Language of Sheep Dogs Rachael Leahcar Glow Worm Caves Maori Culture Hobbiton Photos from my New Zealand adventure

10 MINJAN 6
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Lessons On Courageous Creativity From New Zealand