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

Today's topic: Why Your Voice is Trashed. Listen to this podcast episode to learn 10 things to stop doing in order to stop tiring, trashing and possibly damaging your voice!

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Subjects covered in this episode include these 10 things not to do:

  • Sing on Laryngitis
  • Pay no attention to the weather
  • Drink dehydrating caffeinated or alcoholic beverages
  • Scream
  • Sing songs that are too high for you
  • Push more breath for vocal power
  • Offer your voice no support
  • Perform with bad posture
  • Talk wrong
  • Neglect your vocal warmup before performance

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Today's topicis Conquering Adolescent Male Vocal Strain. Listen to this podcastepisode for tips to successfully sing through the teenage male voice change.

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If you’d like helpwith vocal strain or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performancevocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

 Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • Changing songs and keys
  • Powering your voice for best control
  • Keeping Articulation clear to loosen tight throat
  • Watching your speaking voice technique
  • Singing through the voice change
  • When you need help
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Today's topic is a study of the voice of Chris Stapleton. Listen to this podcast episode to discover lessons singers can learn from this iconicly successful voice.

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If you’d like help with your voice, 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. Maintaining flexibly tall posture 
  2. Lightening middle voice mix for rich, strain-free sound
  3. Pulling instead of pushing for power
  4. Drop technique for effect
  5. Find a great background singer
  6. Give the voice access to movement
  7. Support the ends of lines
  8. The importance of active facial language
  9. For increased power, back off pressure, add passion
  10. Avoiding vocal health perils of the road
  11. Don't be afraid to do it your way
  12. Make music that makes the world a better place.

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High note saboteurs are sneaky and potentially dangerous. They can not only prevent you from reaching the notes accurately, they can strain and potentially damage your voice. Listen to this podcast episode for solutions to my top 10 causes of high note fail (plus 1 bonus saboteur).


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