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This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.

Today's topic is DissonanceListen to this podcast episode to learn how we can turn uncomfortable, unsettling and fearful dissonance into an energy that moves us forward musically, vocally and culturally.

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Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • A-tonal music
  • Dissonance as a lyric writing tactic
  • Dissonance as a production tactic
  • Dissonance in the music business
  • Dissonance in voice and vocal training
  • Dropped technique
  • Physical dissonance
  • Relational dissonance
  • Cognitive dissonance
  • Historical dissonance
  • How to use dissonance to move forward

Links mentioned in this podcast include:

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This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.

Today's topic Sara Bareilles. Listen to this podcast episode for lessons to learn from her voice.

Subscribe to this podcast at iTunes and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review there, too! REVIEWS ARE MUCH APPRECIATED!

If you’d like help with learning any of these vocal techniques, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • 1. Well-developed head voice can be belt voice's (upper chest voice's) best friend.

    2. Middle voice can be more interesting when varied and multi-colored.

    3. Don't be afraid to play with vibrato and straight tone.

    4. If you write with piano, let your fingers and your voice collaborate.

    5. Watch where you place a piano mic stand.

    6. If you have a great feel for rhythm, carefully consider scat singing in your performance.

    7. Watch your pitch when out of your most usual position.

    8. It's ok to write the whole song yourself.

    9. It's ok to have a name people have to spell check and hear pronounced correctly.

    10. Everything you've ever done informs the music you make.

Links mentioned in this podcast include:

  • Sara Bareilles 

          http://www.sarabmusic.com/main/

  • Love Song
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi7Yh16dA0w&list=PLs2VDJTtCn3rEmYeaKvL3xMeG62gzp1zO

    Gravity
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEXhAMtbaec&list=PLs2VDJTtCn3rEmYeaKvL3xMeG62gzp1zO&index=3

    Brave
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUQsqBqxoR4

    Many the Miles
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwg1TpxkSnA

    Many the Miles (live)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Kc0cYWfmUE

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