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

Today's topic is 5 career saving tips to protect your voice from a hit song, part 1. _______. Listen to this podcast episode for 5 strategies to help your voice survive the increased performance demands that come with vocal career success!

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Suggestions covered in this episode include:

  • Control your breath for vocal health
  • Sing like it's the first time to activate fresh fire even when you're weary
  • Limit and control your speaking voice
  • Rest wisely
  • Increase and monitor your hydration

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

For this episode, I interview Fela Davis…an audio engineer and entrepreneur based in New York City. She graduated from Full Sail University and now has over 15 years of audio engineering experience, including working for industry powerhouses Clair Global and House of Blues. You’ll hear the names of several legendary artists she’s worked with as we chat. 

Fela specializes in wireless mics and in ear monitors, has prepped gear for network and cable TV shows including Good Morning America Summer Series, The Colbert Report and The Macy's Day Thanksgiving Parade. She and her partner Denis Orynbekov combined their expertise to create 23dB Productions, located in New York City. Besides in-studio work, they offer a mobile one-stop shop for live projects: They film videos, do multitrack recording, mix and master for concerts and live events.

When Fela's not creating content for her company she’s on international road tours… currently working as mixing-front-of-house engineer for 5-time Grammy award winning jazz artist Christian McBride, and does some shows with 5-time Grammy award nominee Ottmar Liebert. 

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To be vocally prepared for your best stage performances, train with Judy in lessons or courses. To do your best studio vocals ever... check out 'Singing In The Studio', the ulimate training for getting magic in your studio vocal performance. 

Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • Taking a career placement test to uncover your best fit in the arts.
  • Why singers and engineers do well to understand each other's issues.
  • Specialties for sound engineer jobs such as front-of-house and monitor engineers.
  • Mistakes Fela has seen performers make, and how to can avoid them.
  • Practicing with in-ear monitors to get used to the sound.
  • Current technology in wireless mics and the trust factor
  • Fela's favorite microphones... shootouts... buying your own.
  • Caution with digital editing; the importance of being prepared before the vocal session.
  • Working with Christian McBride on the road.
  • Paying dues and establishing reputation.
  • The dangers of reverb in wedge monitors.
  • What speakers can do to help audio engineers capture their voices best.
  • Tips for singers who want to learn audio engineering.

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

Today's topic is What to Eat Before You Sing. _______. Listen to this podcast episode to find suggested foods and drinks that are best for your voice before performance.

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If you’d like more information for vocal health, signup for my newsletter and get my 5 page vocal health report. See the signup box at www.judyrodman.com

Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • The vital necessity of water and protein
  • Voice-friendly foods and drink
  • Voice-unfriendly foods and drink
  • How close to performance should you eat
  • Being kind by being sensitive to others' sensitivities
  • Why some people can eat chips and drink beer before performance (and why you should not)

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

Today's topic is about the season for singingListen to this podcast episode for quick tips when you sing in jam sessions with friends and family or in performance for the holidays.

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If you’d like help with vocal exercises, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

The music snippet at the end of this episode is from my version of "Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem" which you can find on this comp album here, among other places. 

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Today's topic covers what to do about Laryngitis. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to get your voice back after an infection has left your larynx inflamed.

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If you’d like help with vocal recovery, or any other vocal matter, 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:

  • What to do while your larynx is still inflamed
  • What to do after the infection has subsided
  • Warning: If laryngitis doesn't get better after 2 or 3 weeks, go to the doctor to rule out serious condition including cancer. 

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

Today's topic is 'Why Singing Without Your Instrument Feels So Weird'. Listen to this podcast episode for tips to help singers who normally sing while playing to sing well without their instrument.

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If you’d like help with singing with or without an instrument, or any other vocal matter, try the courses or personal lessons PROVEN to WORK on stage and in the studio... available at www.JudyRodman.com.

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

Today's topic is Boogie Boarding and Music Careers. Listen to this podcast episode to find out how good boogie boarding is like riding the waves of a good music career.

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If you’d like help getting your voice ready for studio or stage, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and in courses, including the professional pre-production course Singing In The Studio.

Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • Areas

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

Today's topic is a Halloween theme - 27 ways to murder your voice! Listen to this podcast episode to understand these 27 vocal saboteurs, so you can avoid them.

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If you’d like help to protect your voice from sources and causes of vocal fatigue, irritation, strain and damage, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

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Today I interview Bree Noble… entrepreneur, musician, speaker, business coach and podcaster. Listen to this interview episode to get insider tips for creating and growing a successful music business, with a focus on female artists.

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Subjects covered in this episode include:

  • A look at Bree’s 2 popular podcasts
  • Music business issues that tend to be more woman-centric
  • How to deal with ‘female artists don’t sell’ mentality
  • Why women need to learn business skills
  • Fears that need to be conquered for music biz success
  • How to create longevity in music careers
  • What is the same, and a change prediction for music marketing
  • How to submit music to Women of Substance Radio

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Bree Noble is an entrepreneur, musician and speaker. She founded Women of Substance Radio, an online radio station that promotes quality female artists in all genres, in 2007. She launched the Women of Substance Music Podcast in November 2014, a 5 day per week show which promotes Independent female artists. Her podcast has hit #1 in New & Noteworthy for the Music, Arts and Society & Culture categories and #4 Audio Podcast on all of iTunes. She draws on her extensive experience running her own music business, both as a solo musician and as an Industry professional, to train and mentor other female musicians. Learn more about the station, the show and the artists at www.wosradio.com.

Bree also hosts a second podcast, Female Entrepreneur Musician, which is about creating and growing music business careers.

For more information on Bree and her services, and to connect with her on various social networks, go to her website https://femusician.com/

If you want the best vocal training proven to maximize vocal ability and conquer strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

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

Today's topic is the controversial subject of inhaling for the voice. I tell you why I recommend both nose AND mouth instead of one or the other, and why breathing for the voice is different than breathing for athletics.

This podcast is now playing at iTunes , Google PlayTuneIn Radio. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review where you like to listen! REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED!

For your best voice, check out my services and products (as well as lots of free stuff) available at www.judyrodman.com.

To watch some online vocal lessons in action, go to Judy Rodman's Youtube channel playlist.

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