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"SANTA!!! OH MY GOD!!!" This week we kick off our Christmas movie month with a modern classic, Elf! If you enjoy our videos and podcast, please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Please Like the video and subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9s76g5DA_rrALAxFU-A7IA https://www.instagram.com/thefilmcrickets/ email@example.com https://twitter.com/FilmCrickets Original music provided by Draco and the Malfoys https://www.evilwizardrock.com/ Vocal imaging by Steve Lavoie https://www.voices.com/profile/stevenlavoie#skill=voice-over
Author : Liz Zimmers Narrator : Diane Severson Host : Joshua Tuttle Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis “The Belsnickel” has previously appeared on the online platforms Vocal and Patreon. From the author: ”I loved the stories my German great-grandmother shared about belsnickels – friends and neighbors who dressed in big fur coats and frightful masks […]
In Episode 66: “For Vocal Girls…,” Courtney continues her conversation with guest Carmen Kelly. This thoughtful discussion focuses on Carmen's journey from artist, to office temp, to teaching artist, and everything in between! As Courtney and Carmen weave through their chat, Carmen offers intriguing stories about her stint in the national tour of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuf, the many “under fives” she played on soap operas, how camping out in the Drama Book Shop led to her first commercial spot, and how grad school helped her connect theory to practice.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Plain White T's over Zoom video!Tom Higgenson [vocals], Tim Lopez [lead guitar, vocals], Mike Retondo [bass], and De'Mar Hamilton [drums] — will release their self-titled album, out now via Fearless Records.The band will also hit the road on a headline North American tour early next year, kicking off January 24 in Spokane and running through February 18 in Salt Lake City. Support will come from Pollyanna. All dates are below.PLAIN WHITE T'S ON TOUR: WITH POLLYANNA:1/23 — Spokane, WA — Knitting Factory1/24 — Portland, OR — Hawthorne Theatre1/26 — San Francisco, CA — Bimbo's 3651/27 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction1/28 — Phoenix, AZ — Rebel Lounge1/30 — Oklahoma City, OK — Beer City Music Hall2/1 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade (Hell)2/2 — Nashville, TN — Exit/In2/3 — Charlotte, NC — The Underground2/4 — Virginia Beach, VA — Elevation 272/6 — Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer2/7 — New York City, NY — Le Poisson Rouge2/9 — Pittsburgh, PA — Thunderbird Cafe2/10 — Columbus, OH — Rumba Cafe2/13 — Minneapolis, MN — Fine Line2/14 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave2/15 — St. Louis, MO — Delmar Hall2/17 — Denver, CO — Summit2/18 — Salt Lake City, UT — Urban LoungeABOUT PLAIN WHITE T'S:Since emerging in 1997, Chicago quartet Plain White T's have remained visible and viable. They have consistently delivered unforgettable pop rock anthems that take up real estate in your brain for months at a time. They have amassed over 2.7 billion total global streams, earned two Grammy nominations, and collected several Platinum-plus and Gold certifications across their impressive catalog. Their signature single "Hey There Delilah" went quadruple-platinum, topped the Billboard Hot 100, and earned the pair of aforementioned GRAMMY® nominations in 2008 — for "Song of the Year" and "Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal." They have made their pop culture mark by appearing on highly visible shows such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Sesame Street, iCarly, 90210, Beavis & Butthead, and Frankenweenie, all the while nabbing press accolades from TIME, Billboard, ESPN, Rolling Stone, AV Club, MTV, MSNBC, and more. Plain White T's have proven to be a reliable musical force, as well as a career band that shows no signs of stopping or slowing down.We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.comwww.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #PlainWhiteT's #NewMusic #ZoomListen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/followFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpodThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4972373/advertisement
Music commentator Kirsten Zemke joins Kathryn to talk about Hawaiian music and how it emphasizes the voice. She'll talk about why many songs feature falsetto or leo ki'eki'e (high voice) and where the slack key guitar originated from. Kirsten Zemke is an ethnomusicologist at the University of Auckland's School of Social Sciences,
La Delegación del Gobierno contra la violencia de Género ha confirmado la naturaleza machista de las mujeres asesinadas en Puente de Vallecas y Carabanchel, ambos distritos madrileños. Ascienden a 53 las mujeres asesinadas por sus parejas o exparejas en lo que llevamos de año.Cristina Ventura Alameda, vocal de la Asociación de Mujeres Juristas Themis, explica en el 24 horas de RNE que existe una cultura jurídica con estereotipos y tópicos erróneos en violencia de género. Por ello, "se deben implementar todas las medidas de protección hacia la víctima", añade Ventura Alameda. También señala que "esas medidas ya existen y, en ocasiones, apenas se utilizan". La vocal tiene claro que "cada vez es más raro encontrar una sentencia por maltrato habitual"Escuchar audio
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This week, We are joined by the founder, CEO & host of TYT, The Young Turks Network, Cenk Uygur! Cenk is a democratic presidential candidate for 2024! https://www.cenkforamerica.com/ https://www.youtube.com/@TheYoungTurks To check out Cenk's book, Justice Is Coming: How Progressives Are Going To Take Over The Country And America Is Going To Love It - https://shoptyt.com/collections/books/products/preorder-justice-is-coming-how-progressives-are-going-to-take-over-the-country-and-america-is-going-to-love-it If you enjoy our videos and podcast, please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Please Like the video and subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9s76g5DA_rrALAxFU-A7IA https://www.instagram.com/thefilmcrickets/ firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/FilmCrickets Original music provided by Draco and the Malfoys https://www.evilwizardrock.com/ Vocal imaging by Steve Lavoie https://www.voices.com/profile/stevenlavoie#skill=voice-over
Pt Om Parkash Thapar - Dhur De Rishte (85) - Punjabi Podcast with SangtarReleased November 24, 2023Pandit Om Parkash Thapar Ji is a highly regarded name in hindustani music. He has equal command of both Sitar and Vocal. He has trained many artists stemming from Jalandhar, Punjab.He himself has performed all over India in various venues and styles. He lost his eyesight in his childhood. However, he has never felt it was a disadvantage for him. He wanted to talk about it so that anyone with a disability may get inspired.Punjabi Podcast is available to listen to on YouTube, Spotify, and other podcast platforms.More at https://www.PunjabiPod.com - Thanks for supporting, sharing and following Punjabi Podcast.
La famille Kennedy, 60 ans après l'assassinat de JFK, est toujours dans l'actualité américaine. La preuve avec Robert Kennedy Jr qui se présente à la présidence des Etats-Unis. Un profil passablement controversé, comme nous le raconte Jordan Davis dans ce vocal. Pour ne rater aucun épisode, n'hésitez pas à activer vos notifications sur votre app d'écoute préférée ! Stay Tuned ! Un vocal de Jordan Davis Réalisateur: Mathieu Ballmer Productrice: Magali Philip
Mountain Man, the Appalachian a cappella trio, features the timeless sound of three voices singing in harmony, with an occasional strum of the guitar. They released an album in 2010, a trio of college friends who'd gotten used to singing together, but then went their separate ways after college. All three of them toured for a long time as Feist's backup singers, and lately Amelia Meath, one third of the trio, has been keeping busy as half of Sylvan Esso. Meath, along with Alexandra Sauser-Monnig and Molly Sarle are back, with their first album in eight years, Magic Ship. As our colleague Justin Sergi writes, "their immaculate precision of timing and tuning and phrasing, comes from love and friendship and the elemental, historic 'fun' of singing three-part harmony with your friends." "It is a precision that can, perhaps, only be born from family. Which is what they are: family." The family of Mountain Man joins us to perform songs, chat about community in North Carolina, the internet, peace and joy, and Molly's cat, Magic Ship. Set list: Boat Underwear AGT Watch "AGT":
One of Australia's longest surviving vocal groups, the Delltones were formed in 1959. Comprising Ian ‘Pee Wee' Wilson, Noel Widerberg, Brian Perkins and Warren Lucas. The band performed at dances, as part of backing bands for artists such as Johnny O'Keefe. Occasionally performing a cappella covers of songs they heard on the radio, the band was influenced by 50s doo-wop vocal groups. The accidental death of Noel Widerberg, in 1962, did not deter the group from continuing. With replacement Col Loughlan, they proceeded to tour and record, with singles such as ‘You're The Limit', ‘Get A Little Dirt On Your Hands', ‘Come A Little Bit Closer' and ‘Hangin' Five', all reaching the Top 5 in Australia. Later, the band took responsibility for the instrumental side of their act, and when beat music became popular, they turned to the clubs and pubs where they appeared regularly. The band went to the UK in the late 60s, where they performed on the club circuit and recorded an album. They returned to Australia to find that they no longer had an audience, and disbanded in 1971. They re-formed in 1981 with only one original member; the band toured often and recorded several albums, but hit singles have eluded them. They finally disbanded in 2016. Our guest today is founder Ian "Pee Wee" Wilson. Pee Wee shares a lifetime of stories and amazing music. To learn more about The Delltones head for their website: https://www.delltones.com/ If you have feedback, comments or suggestions for future guests on A Breath of Fresh Air feel free to contact me through my website https://www.abreathoffreshair.com.au
Episode 3: Why Fine Arts?Show Notes:Fine Arts is one of the greatest events we can provide to help leaders bring an emphasis of discipleship to a students ability and talents! This weekend event is designed to help students Discover, Develop, and Deploy their gifts for The Kingdom! DiscoverMinistry is not just limited to preaching and being on the worship team. There are limitless ways we can take our passions, hobbies, and skills, to share the good news of Jesus with the world around us! Although Fine Arts is an annual event - it really starts in the local church that ultimately leads to the weekend experience. Through the year pastors and leaders will help students discover what God has put in them! Different divisions offered include: Art, Communication, Dance, Drama, Exhibition, Instrumental, Vocal, and Writing with over 75 different categories! There is something for everyone and it's a great place to discover what you like!DevelopAfter a student decides what category they would like to participate in they start the process of developing and preparing for their presentation! This is genuinely done best with adequate time to prepare. We don't want students to participate by signing up for a random category and not putting effort in - there is tremendous value in picking something you are passionate about and investing time and energy to present your best. There are a few reasons for this:EvaluatorsWith each presentation comes a set of three evaluators who have years of experience and a high-skill in the category you are presenting in. They are here not to “judge” the presentation… but to evaluate it and add value by showing areas you can continue to grow and providing the practical feedback you need to do it. If a student does choose preaching as their category - they will have a panel of gifted preachers investing into them to help them become the best communicator they can be! Fine Arts is not like American Idol or America's Got Talent - it is a resource and tool to help you develop the gift inside of you to be the best you were created to be!Opportunity to present at the National Level For students that present with excellence in their category get the opportunity to advance to National Fine Arts where they will present with others around the nation that advanced from their respective districts and states! This is a GREAT opportunity to see what Jesus is doing in the lives of their peers while also being a place to be inspired to greater!DeployAs fun as the event itself is - the greatest reward comes after! We desire that the students of Mississippi don't stop discovering and developing but ultimately deploy their gift to make a difference in their local church, community, and school. So, for the five minute short sermon we hope develops into a small group leader. For the t-shirt design we hope they can see the opportunity to create a business to share the gospel - but also help financially support missions!Final ThoughtsFine Arts is a great way to disciple students with the understanding that Jesus has empowered them to make a difference in the very unique way he designed them. It will never be about a performance - it's about a presentation of the gospel. It will never be about judges determining if you are good enough - it's about evaluators encouraging students and supporting them to become who they were created to be.
If you're with someone who doesn't give you the opportunity to voice your opinion, express yourself, or they're not willing to listen to you. You're in an unhealthy situation. Every person has a voice! Don't allow anyone to take yours from you. Many people have found themselves in terrible relationships and stayed after realizing how unhealthy their relationships are. Unfortunately, many have lost their lives due to unhealthy relationships. If they take your voice, they've taken their power.The picture is of a woman, but there are many women who silence or try to silence their men.
Coast 2 Coast Season 5 Episode 12 : Let's Get Vocal with BethAnne In this episode: BethAnne joins us for a "Let's Get Vocal" guest! We listen to a few of her recordings including an amazing mashup! BethAnne has a website selling tech accessories, Check the link out! https://the1211.com Thanks for joining us this week and we hope to see ya next time! https://linktr.ee/C2CPodcast1 Contact Maumee Bay Lawn Care If you're in the Toledo Ohio area for lawncare and snow plowing! 491-351-2458 email@example.com Tap the link below and complete the form if you'd like to be a Smule guest on our “Let's Get Vocal” podcast event! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSevWLWRWbHBgimG6FEb1oADlN5eelbLnRHW6ZygyXC2apO2LQ/viewform?usp=pp_url Smule group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1654381394909853 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/goodolboysoundroom/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/goodolboysoundroom/support
I'm so excited to welcome Nikisha Williams, who currently plays Eliza Schuyler on the Philip Tour, to the podcast! Prior to joining Hamilton in 2018, Nikisha gained a ton of experience performing in musicals and operas across the country. Oh! She was also a high school choir teacher! Yep, Nikisha has a masters degree in Choral Conducting and a Bachelor's degree in Vocal performance so she has the unique ability to bring her experience as an educator to the role of Eliza. This week, Nikisha talks about her journey as both a teacher and a performer: from auditioning multiple times to get into her vocal performance program, to leading an award-winning all girl high school a cappella group, and how her students got her into Hamilton. A firm believer in taking care of your mental health and meeting yourself where you are, Nikisha also talks about the strength of the women in the show and the strength of her Eliza specifically. For example, her version of “That Would Be Enough” isn't begging Hamilton to stay, but about getting these two determined people on the same page. /// "Random Black Girl" "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" /// Nikisha's Website Nikisha on Instagram Talking Horror Podcast Gillian's Website The Hamilcast on Twitter The Hamilcast on Instagram Join the Patreon Peeps
Buying rowing training programs online - making your decision. Timestamps 01:00 A customer writes ""I have presented the options to our club & pushed heavily for the program. There are some very vocal people who feel like there are robust free training plans online Some suggest we reuse our plan from 6 years ago and that would suffice for our purposes. It's more of an uphill battle than I expected. The next step is for people to submit their own recommendations for our committee to consider. Once that's done, we will put it to a vote. People are just very largely against paying for a plan and think that we have enough talented, intelligent people on our team to put something together that'll be good enough. We are a recreationally competitive club with no real desire to progress beyond that." Is this a situation that looks familiar to you? 02:00 Our challenges are often similar but local situations have nuance. - A committee that makes decisions - Vocal people in the group - Perceptions about what will "do the job" of a programme. 03:00 any free rowing program MUST be written for masters. If you're athletic, and well-trained, aged 40 or less You will have no problem using free online programs written for 2k racing. Men and women cannot do the same program because our physiology changes through the decades. Try a sample of the Faster Masters Rowing programs sign up free here https://fastermastersrowing.com/rowing-program 05:00 When buying a training program, speak to the person who has written it - ask about their experience training masters. Do they have a good understanding of masters physiology? The diversity of people from beginners through returning rowers. How to deal with adult novices, rigging adjustments, general adaptations for masters to row in comfort? 06:30 Broken Oars Podcast reviewed online training programs including Faster Masters Rowing. The review is from the point of view of any athlete. This is what they said about Faster Masters programs. 07:00 "This program for 4 weeks ticks a lot of good boxes". Your Guide to Purchasing Rowing Coaching Good reasons to spend money on a specific program for 1k racing. This program takes you there quite quickly - it has one week of training (specific preparation with a taper week). You get 7 days of training which you repeat each week and then move into the taper week before the regatta. As you get closer to the race, you need to practice distance in meters, not minutes of workout. This workout is focused on 500m, 750m and 250m workouts aligned with learning the race distance within one workout. This is a GOOD Training program for one thousand meters, I found it hard to get my training right for this distance. 11:30 Feedback we gave to Rebecca Caroe - the price could be increased to include a consultation - or to buy a consult on its own to get individual coaching suited for yourself. Buy coaching from Faster Masters Rowing - buy time and expertise in the technique review service. http://fastermastersrowing.com/our-courses/ 13:00 The full Faster Masters program offering is currently US$39 per month ; it also includes gym strength and conditioning training as well as 4 articles on technique, peak performance, rowing lifestyle and a bonus. Coaches can buy these programs in a Word doc format so you can edit them and adjust to your own situation. https://fastermastersrowing.com/coach/ Our offer is 100% refund if within 14 days you aren't fully satisfied. Keep the program as our gift for you. Want easy live streams like this? Instant broadcasts to Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn. Faster Masters uses StreamYard: https://streamyard.com/pal/d/5694205242376192
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In this second part of the Secret exercise for confidence in American English, practice the power of focused breathing to transform your American English accent and project confidence. Learn how to harness the power of your diaphragm to produce clear, well-supported sounds, enhancing your spoken English fluency and achieving a natural-sounding American accent.Listen in as I get into:Practical exercises to enhance your American English accentTechniques to project confidence and charisma through your voiceTips to incorporate focused breathing into your daily routine for lasting improvementWhether you're an aspiring English speaker aiming to master the American accent or a seasoned English learner seeking to elevate your vocal confidence, this episode will equip you with the tools to achieve your goals.Embrace your vocal potential, unleash your confidence, and sound like a natural American English speaker with this transformative breathing exercise.Apply to work 1 on 1 with me through the link below:https://accentrainingworkspace.myclickfunnels.com/accentrainingapplication
This week, we are joined by radio host, Jenn! Check out her Instagram to see where you can find her, then you'll understand. @Jennonair If you enjoy our videos and podcast, please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Please Like the video and subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9s76g5DA_rrALAxFU-A7IA https://www.instagram.com/thefilmcrickets/ firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/FilmCrickets Original music provided by Draco and the Malfoys https://www.evilwizardrock.com/ Vocal imaging by Steve Lavoie https://www.voices.com/profile/stevenlavoie#skill=voice-over
What is vocal fry? Celebs who speak this way: Matthew McConaughey, Britney Spears, Kardashians, Woody Harrelson. Also: airline pilots, millennials, and Allison. (No shade to anyone - all in good fun here.) Is vocal fry bad for your vocal cords and hurting others' perception of you? Or is it maybe cute? My work wife Allison Pons (@allisonpons) joined me to discuss. Think: "This is your captain speaking..."Watch: https://youtu.be/A3ktFWE0ScY or emilybinder.com/podcastNew! Get priority replies & higher perks when you join my channel and support the show! YouTube Memberships from $2.99/mo. Cancel anytime: youtube.com/@EmilyBinder/videosTimestamps:0:30 Vocal fry on podcasts0:35 The quiet trend: why is everyone on TikTok speaking so softly?1:00 We demonstrate vocal fry1:30 Indie rock DJ voice (Pray for ATL!)2:05 Do men do vocal fry? Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, burners, Hacky Sack guys4:00 Business ladies. Fav posture / office stretch since we met in 2010Related videos:Write a Perfect Cover Letter in Minutes from 1 ChatGPT PromptGet 10 Unique Podcast Guest Questions from ChatGPT Prompt GeniusLaura Larios: Speaking with Confidence: Using Nervous System Voice TechniquesStop wearing huge headphones.MY TOOLS:1) Easily record a video podcast: emilybinder.com/riverside2) Edit audio or video like a Word doc: emilybinder.com/descriptSHOP MY GEAR:Full audio / video gear listMy mic: Shure SM7B Microphone - Complete Gear List: https://amzn.to/3snkG8DCheaper, also great mic: https://amzn.to/3MQ6H66Podcast - rate / review / subscribe: emilybinder.com/podcastBook a coaching session: emilybinder.com/callFollow & connect:My website | Beetle Moment Marketing | LinkedIn | X | Instagram | YouTube | Email Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode Matt sits down with B. Louis. B. Louis is a singer/songwriter and sound healer whose mission is to share and channel his voice to the world. Healing music became his mission when he realized the healing effects people were having just in one session, with a combination of his own exploration with sacred plant medicines. He believes that by combining intentional music with meditation and self-reflection, we can begin the healing process with our own willingness to simply go within. B. uses several instruments while singing/channeling his voice to create a safe container to go on an inward journey. During the conversation B. Louis shares his experience with coming to the spiritual path through his ayahausca ceremonies, and his initial experience with sound healing that sparked his interest in taking up the practice himself with his twin brother, Anthony, who are known collectively as Cloud People. He also shares how his journey with music began, and how he started singing, first in bands, and currently in healing music and electronic / bass music. The two also touch on his latest single 'Omashu', which was a collaboration with Watashi that just released on TIMEWHEEL + much more. Please enjoy! Listen to 'Omashu' by Watashi & B. Louis: https://soundcloud.com/timewheel/watashi-omashu-ft-b-louis Find B. Louis: https://www.instagram.com/b.tru.louis/ Find Matt: https://www.instagram.com/xianarchive/ https://www.youtube.com/@XianArchive Sponsored by Feel Free: https://botanictonics.com/ Use code 'Xian40' at checkout to save $40 --- Sponsored by SHEATH: https://sheathunderwear.com Use code 'TIMEWHEEL' at checkout to save 20%
When a band has a male and female singer consistently singing in duet style, would you think they were always talking about relationships? Probably, because we are used to seeing that.But what if it there is a band doing it differently, taking the duet style and using it as an impactful form of storytelling and offering 2 intertwining perspectives on the same topic? Now that would be a band to check out.We have Alyse and Oscar from LYLVC on the podcast today, from their tour with Fame on Fire and Pop Evil. On this episode we dive deep into:How LYLVC writes their lyrics from two different perspectives on the same topic, as explained by their most popular song "Perfect Drug."Why "Crawl Space" was written so fans and music lovers they are never alone, no matter how alone they feel.The live performance style of LYLVC, and how their approach to cross-generation fans attracts those of all ages, especially younger kids.If you are not into this band, this is the episode that will make you a fan. So hit that subscribe button and not miss out on any more great bands.Find LYLVC Online:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LYLVCBANDTwitter: https://twitter.com/LylvcBandInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lylvcband/Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lylvc?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@LYLVCWebsite: https://www.lylvc.com/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3qCinuONfPOm00yFxmrUMK?si=rPmlUpCbQny5a8KNQKKXbwApple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/lylvc/1613587351Check out our sponsor: DarkFusion Systems!Use code "CPPOD" for $100 off of your computer build!https://darkfusionsystems.comFollow us on social media!Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/chordprogressionpodcastTwitter:https://twitter.com/cppodofficialInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/chordprogressionpodcast/YouTube:https://youtube.com/channel/UCqRKZCDMcFHIYbJaLQMfDbQChord Progression Podcast (Spotify):https://open.spotify.com/show/53XWPGrIUvgavKF5Fm6SLkChord Progression Podcast (Apple Podcast):https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chord-progression-podcast-the-gateway-to-new-rock-and-metal-music/id1454876657Chord Progression Podcast (Amazon): https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b8dad803-444c-4a73-8aa5-67b4fc43f4baChord Progression Podcast (iHeart Radio):https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-chord-progression-70632531/Podcast Webpage:https://mysongoftheday.com/my-song-of-the-day-rock-2000-today/chord-progression-podcast/Welcome: (0:00)How the Tour Supporting Pop Evil is Going: (0:59)Beginning to Influence Fans Across Generations: (4:45)How LYLVC is Positively Impacting Kids at Live Shows: (12:42)Focus on Creating Connections with Fans & other Musicians: (18:44)The Mindset Behind Writing Dueting Vocals that Aren't a Love Story: (19:43)The Story, and the Deep Meaning, of "Perfect Drug": (23:19)How "Crawl Space" Speaks to Those Who Feel Alone: (30:11)A Sneak Peak...
“A voice type is a group of voices with similar vocal ranges, capable of singing in a similar tessitura, and with similar vocal transition points (passaggi). Voice classification is most strongly associated with European classical music, though it, and the terms it utilizes, are used in other styles of music as well. A singer will choose a repertoire that suits their voice. Some singers such as Enrico Caruso, Rosa Ponselle, Joan Sutherland, Maria Callas, Jessye Norman, Ewa Podleś, and Plácido Domingo have voices that allow them to sing roles from a wide variety of types; some singers such as Shirley Verrett and Grace Bumbry change type and even voice part over their careers; and some singers such as Leonie Rysanek have voices that lower with age, causing them to cycle through types over their careers. Some roles are hard to classify, having very unusual vocal requirements; Mozart wrote many of his roles for specific singers who often had remarkable voices, and some of Verdi's early works make extreme demands on their singers.” --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
In this Accentraining podcast episode, discover the power of focused breathing to transform your American English accent and project an aura of confidence. Learn how to harness the power of your diaphragm to produce clear, well-supported sounds, enhancing your spoken English fluency and achieving a natural-sounding American accent.Listen in as I get into:Practical exercises to enhance your American English accentTechniques to project confidence and charisma through your voiceTips to incorporate focused breathing into your daily routine for lasting improvementWhether you're an aspiring English speaker aiming to master the American accent or a seasoned English learner seeking to elevate your vocal confidence, this episode will equip you with the tools to achieve your goals.Embrace your vocal potential, unleash your confidence, and sound like a natural American English speaker with this transformative breathing exercise.Apply to work 1 on 1 with me through the link below:https://accentrainingworkspace.myclickfunnels.com/accentrainingapplication
In this episode, John talks with Kerrie Obert, a Speech-Language Pathologist, Singing Voice Specialist, and Voice Teacher, about vocal tremors that can develop in aging voices, and the current treatments available to help find stability in the voice again. Episode Highlights: There is unfortunately still not a lot that is known about what can cause a tremor to develop A tremor and vibrato have some shared neurological origins The techniques in Kerrie Obert's course can also help with wobbly vibrato You can find learn more about Kerrie and her courses at: getvocal-now.com To learn more about John Henny, his best-selling books, on-line courses, Voiceschool.com featuring his Teaching Team of Experts, Speaker Training and the Contemporary Voice Teacher Academy, visit: JohnHenny.com
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WAVES director of training and develpment Michael Pearson Adams (Gomez to his Aussie mates) joins us in part 1 of a chat about plugins for Voice Actors. A big shout out to our sponsors, Austrian Audio and Tri Booth. Both these companies are providers of QUALITY Audio Gear (we wouldn't partner with them unless they were), so please, if you're in the market for some new kit, do us a solid and check out their products, and be sure to tell em "Robbo, George, Robert, and AP sent you"... As a part of their generous support of our show, Tri Booth is offering $200 off a brand-new booth when you use the code TRIPAP200. So get onto their website now and secure your new booth... https://tribooth.com/ And if you're in the market for a new Mic or killer pair of headphones, check out Austrian Audio. 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Gomez explains how these streamlined plugins can simplify tasks, such as noise reduction and reverb clean-up, in audio recordings. However, the debate ensues on the importance of pre-recording room preparations and the potential overuse of reduction plugins. The discussion also touches on the advancements in AI technology for handling audio issues, the concept of "best edit," and the niche specificities of various plugins like Clarity DXD Reverb and Dereverb Pro. Use code Trip200 to get $200 off your Tribooth. #AudioEngineeringSimplified #ProPluginInsights #KeepingItSimple Timestamps (00:00:00) Introduction with George Wittam and Robert Marshall (00:00:38) Discussing Noise Reduction Plugins with MPA Gomez (00:08:38) Mastering Extreme Editing (00:15:50) The Art of Invisible Editing (00:16:48) Exploring Plugin Niches Transcript Speaker A: Y'all ready? Be history.,Speaker B: Get started.,Speaker C: Welcome.,Speaker B: Hi. Hi. Hello, everyone to the pro audio suite.,: These guys are professional.,Speaker C: They're motivated with tech. To the VO stars, George Wittam, founder of Source Elements Robert Marshall, international audio engineer Darren Robbo Robertson and global voice Andrew Peters. Thanks to Triboo, Austrian audio making passion heard source elements George the tech Wittam and Robbo and AP's international demo. To find out more about us, check ThePro Audiosuite.com line up.,Speaker B: Learner. Here we go.,: And don't forget the code. Trip 200 to get $200 off your Tribooth. Now, we have a special guest today, MPA, known to us as Gomez from waves, is here to talk about some simple, let's put it this way, plugins for people like myself. A simpleton when it comes to audio engine. Simple people. Exactly.,: Right brain, folks. Right brain. Not simple, just right brain.,: Yes, exactly.,Speaker A: And I guess that's where the premise for this episode came from, really, was about keeping it simple. Because I was reading a Facebook post from a guy who was proclaiming the fact that he'd sort of been doing a session in a hotel room and hadn't bothered to build the pillow fort or do anything to negate the sound of the room, and then recorded his session and then used some sort of noise reduction plugin, like clarity, like whatever, like RX, to clean it up. And my first thought was, well, you're making the plugin work harder than it needs to, and that means that you're going to end up with artifacts in the audio that you want to keep because you've got this thing working so hard. Whereas I would prefer to hear, as an engineer, I would prefer to hear that you've done what you can to negate the room and then used a noise reduction plugin. If you feel it is absolutely necessary to just clean up what little artifacts are left, because there's less chance of that doing any sort of damage to the audio that I want to use. But then also, for voiceover artists and people who aren't techie, the words ratio attack time release time threshold mean nothing. So how do you use these plugins? And I guess the reason for getting you on, Michael, was to sort of, you know, what can they do?,: The thing with Pillowforts, from a pro point of view, and an advisory point of view, is people can actually go way over the top with those to the point that it degrades the sound more is not better. And I say the same thing to somebody. It's like when I'm advising them. And they say, well, we've been recording the voiceovers in the clothes closet. And I'm like, okay. And the result, they're like, well, it sounds really muffled and horrible and dead. There's no higher or mid or high frequencies. And I'm like, okay, so the first thing I want you to tell me is, is that cupboard filled with coats? If it's filled with things like coats and nothing else, then you're basically killing your sound. If it's filled with things, that is a variety of different kinds of cloth and material, you've got a much better chance of it just stopping audio dead rather than absorbing it. You don't want everything absorbed. You want it not bouncing around the room. The other one that I always love is when somebody goes, yeah, well, I put pillows and stuff around me. And I said, well, where in the room are you? This is next to the window. I said, you mean that floor to ceiling window in most hotels? Yeah, that's the one. It's a beautiful view. I wanted to see the view. It's like, well, the view is killing.,: You right now, bouncing off the window.,: Yeah. So there are varying levels of problem that need to be looked at. And that's literally one of the first things that we do when we're helping somebody is go, not only tell me that, yes, you're doing a pillow for this, I want to know what kind of clothes are in those closet. Not in a creepy way, but are we talking heavy winter coats? Are we talking big felt coats? Are we talking dresses, jeans? What are we talking about? How high?,: But at some point, do you solve the problem acoustically so much that you don't need a waves product? Or at what point is it like, okay, well, I can't actually bring in, or maybe I don't even want to go through the extent of flipping the mattress up on its side to put it along a wall.,: Flipping a mattress, as far as I'm concerned, just says more like you're worried about an assassin. So nearly every single masterclass I do with my waves hat on, I spend as much time telling people about the fact that I want you to use as few plugins as you possibly can to making sure that you're just not overdoing things. And it's one of the biggest problems is that people throw plugins on with way too much kind of ease and breeze without actually really thinking about it sometimes. And that also degrades. So you have to really decide, is this plugin going to fix something? Or am I just putting it on because I've heard it helps.,: You don't hear it helps, but you heard it helps.,Speaker A: Yeah. But the other thing is, too, Gomez, is that you should exhaust all your options in terms of getting a clean recording before you even put a plug in.,Speaker B: Yeah.,: Right.,Speaker A: To just open up the mic in the middle of the room and then go, oh, well, I'll just chuck a plugin on. In some cases, you're going to have to work that plugin so hard to get it cleaned up that it's to the detriment of the audio. Whereas if you've done everything, you.,: Absolutely.,Speaker A: And then you only need a tiny bit of plugin to get that tiny last few artifacts out of there, then that's a much better way of approaching it.,Speaker B: Right.,: There's also the positioning in a locality, too, of your face and your mouth to the microphone, even when you're in a. You know, if you're. If you're in a room that's really kind of echoey, entirely like a normal hotel room or anything that's got wooden floors, like this room, for example. I have no plugins on this because I didn't have time to put any on. But the simple reality is the closer you get to the microphone, the more chance that you've got of mitigating some of those issues without putting anything on it at all, and then you've got more of a chance of, okay, so what do I need to put on here? Clarity VXD Reverb or clarity XVX D Reverb Pro are definitely plugins that I wave a flag for the amount of effort, the amount of years, and the amount of time that we put into them. And people shouldn't buy them or try them just because somebody said years. There's just as many things out there that sound amazing, that somebody created in a month. But we did that. There's so many samples that we fed into this AI, like hundreds of thousands. And because of that, the result is it really works. But again, like any plugin, you can't overdo it. So my best suggestion with a plugin like Clarity VX de Reverb in a hotel room or an office or somewhere where you are, that is not your ideal place, or the place that you know is take it all the way to the extreme and then pull it back.,: Just a quick question for you. So if I was in a position where I couldn't actually manage the room that well, I've done everything I possibly can to control whatever artifacts, particularly reverb in a hotel room or whatever. If I use clarity VX de Reverb, is it destructive? So when I'm sending the file off to an engineer, can they?,: That depends on your routing. What platform are you using it in? How would you be setting it up?,: Well, I'm just saying if I give it too much, is it going to.,Speaker A: Do damage to the audio? Yes, it will do damage to the audio. Like anything over compressed, over noise reduction, overuse of noise reduction. You can even over EQ. Really?,: Yeah, definitely.,Speaker A: Anything like that because you're fucking with the audio. So you're changing the audio. Yes. It's, as Gomez said, hundreds of thousands of samples. But if you make it work too hard, it's got no choice but to start eating into the audio you want to keep. I would presume Gomez is.,: Oh, absolutely, absolutely. Which is why I say take it all the way to the extreme and then work your way back.,: Yeah.,: And by the way, I give that advice for pretty much every plugin. It's like if you really want to know how to use subtracted EQ, go to the extreme and then move your way back. Same with compression and everything else, but with something like an aipowered de rumor, which is effectively what clarity DXD Reverb is. It cleans up the noise and the reverb in the room. You are going to get to a point where you're basically saying, okay, I've taken it out of automatic mode and I'm just going to get what it gives me on extreme and it's going to kill your audio file. However, I will tell you that it's very hard to do that in clarity. Any of the clarity plugins, because way back when we released vocal rider. Remember vocal rider?,Speaker A: I use vocal rider all the time.,: Okay, so Vocal rider was one of the first plugins that we ever designed and developed that was focused specifically on identifying the frequency range and spectrum of a human voice. So if you put vocal rider on like a drum, it's not going to work as well as a human voice. It's not even going to know what to do with it. You put it on a guitar, same deal. It's not going to know what to do with it. This is also why we then released bass rider. And then we focused that on the spectrum and frequencies for bass. Now, going back to vocal rider, that was our first jump into that field of, okay, so we want this to only understand what's going on with the human voice. Now, let's move forward to 2021, 2022, when we released Clarity VX this is very much designed around the human voice, and we've actually created it in such a way that it's hard to really mess it up. But depending on how much noise you've got and how bad the room is, especially on the pro version of the plugin, where there's more to tweak. Yeah. You can over dig yourself into a hole with the simple one with just a big knob in the middle and a couple of small switches. It's really hard to mess it up.,: Can I ask you, when does it go from being reverb to being resonance? Or maybe early reflections? Right. Because there's a certain point where Reverb is the artifacts or the room itself. When it gets to a certain size, maybe less than, I don't know, six by 8ft or something, reverb no longer is the same problem anymore. Now you're dealing with, like, pressure zones and early reflections. Are we getting to the point yet with AI where we can start actually dealing with that stuff too? Because you sound like you're in a tube. You sound like you're in a box problem. Are we getting to the point where we can fix that too?,: I figured that's part of the room, part of the reverb.,: It is part of the room. And dereverb it totally is. We can fix that.,: That's awesome.,: Yeah.,: Because that's much more complex than just a reverb tail.,: Well, that's always been the problem. Most other, there's been various de reverb plugins out there. And to be honest, what I used to use before clarity came out with a dereverb is you just take a waves C four and you put it all the way on expand, and you can tweak each frequency band and you can kind of sit on the tail. And none of the other products out there could get rid of the early reflections, which were really the telltale sign of you being in a small space, right? Essentially, yeah.,: There's a lot you could do with clarity VX, just the noise fixing plugins. But with de Reverb, we went all the way. And it's down to the little nuances of reflections as well as the big tails and everything else. It's like we want to make you sound like you're in a room that has no reflections. And that's one of the reasons why one of the controls you have is basically controlling the presence of the plugin. And it kind of takes your voice and makes sure that you're telling the plugin. Okay. So now that we've cleaned up that noise. I want you to take my voice and focus more exactly on that. And then the plugin will go, okay, right, so now you're in a cleaner room and you've got the ability to take your voice and put it right out front. So the other thing that you can do is you can basically choose which neural network you want to use. So if you're doing spoken voice, pick one for spoken voice. If you're singing, then use that neural network. You can choose whether you want stereo or whether you want mono. So if it's just a voiceover and that's it, then you can actually tell it, okay, I'm just dealing with mono single here. And it's going to work in a different way, but it will clean it up really nicely for you.,: It's funny, though, because it is quite subjective. Because I do remember I was away in April, and I obviously had to work while I was away in some pretty weird environments. And I sent a file to Robert. And I sent the same file. In fact, I think I sent it to all three of you, George and Robbo. I got feedback from Robbo and I said, would you use that? He said, yeah, I'd use that. And I got one back from Robert saying I wouldn't be happy if I received that. So to me, that is a sign of the whole thing being a bit subjective as well. Some people have no problem with it, and some people have a major problem with.,Speaker A: Audio is subjective, I guess, in its own, in and of itself. Audio is subjective, I suppose.,: Yeah. But the question, of course, is. So if that's the case, would I use it for Robo? No. Would I use it for Robert? Probably.,: It also depends on your listening environment. I mean, I can tell you that if I'm listening to something in this room, in this home studio, through my speakers, then it's going to sound different to if I'm in British Columbia at EA Sports in their mastering studio, and the same voiceover would sound probably completely different because they're listening to. There I'd be listening through PMCs, and here I'm listening through Adams.,: They're in a very expensive room, I would guess.,: Yeah. EA Sports has, I think, about 28 rooms right now.,: I heard the video game industry is doing okay. Like there's a budget these days.,: Their audio rooms are insane. You know, when a company like EA Sports stops calling itself a headquarters and calls itself a campus.,Speaker A: Welcome to the Voodoo Sound campus. Can I just say too, by the.,: Way.,: Campus is a road.,Speaker A: Yeah, campus is a row of tense. Let's have a look at something else. Speaking of games, say I'm a voiceover artist and I've just finished recording an hour or so of gaming voiceover and I look at the file and I think, oh, shit, that's a little dynamic. And for whatever reason, God knows why, but I feel like I should put some compression on it. But the word ratio to mean means nothing and attack and release time. What's a good one for that?,: Something really transparent and relatively hard to screw it up too badly.,: Yeah, well, everything. You want everything to be the best edit that you never heard. If somebody is listening to something and going, oh, there's a plugin on that, then you failed. It's as simple as that. So the term the best edit I never heard is one of my favorites.,Speaker A: I use it all the time. I stole it off.,: You did, didn't you? Yeah, I did, yeah. So now that I've said that, I forgot what you asked Rob.,Speaker A: So something like, I mean, my thought would be Avox, but you guys also have all the one Knob series and all that sort of stuff for someone, a compressor in the hands of somebody who knows nothing about what they're doing but needs to put a tiny bit of compression on something.,: What's a good one in that case? Yes. Rvox. So in studio rack I have a chain that I save and it's just my voiceover chain for this specific microphone. And the first plugin on it is clarity VX de reverb. The second one is Avox and the third one is one knob brighter.,Speaker A: Such a good plugin.,: Which one, sorry, let me say it in another.,Speaker A: Move back to Australia.,: There you go, one knob brighter.,: Brighter.,Speaker A: One knob brighter is such a good plugin and I think we've talked about this before, but Slate digital do a similar one, fresh air, but they're both equally good and I guess, I suppose, like clarity and all the other noise reduction plugins, each seems to have their own sort of niche that they work best in, I suppose. I think one knob brighter on voice is awesome, but Fresh air on it across a mix for me, just gives it that little extra bit of sheen.,: Oh, absolutely. And fresh air is. I nearly look at fresh air as something that's more comparative to something from us that would not be anything to do with restoration or eqing of any kind. There's a plugin which I'm trying to remember the name of and good God, I can't remember it for my life now, but it lets you adjust the width of each of your frequency groups, like low, mid high, mid high, lets you monitor them or stereo them. And I embarrassed that the product name has gone out of my head. But yeah, that's the one that I usually compare more to, to the air one from those guys.,: When do you make the leaps from clarity VXD Reverb to dereverb Pro?,: Realistically, if you're not producing the audio yourself, then from my perspective, clarity DXD Reverb is totally good for you. That's kind of what you need, right? Yeah. If, however, you are taking on and you're doing post production and you're dealing with everything that's coming in from multiple voices, multiple places, and you've got a multi track in front of you and you're dealing with that on a day to day basis, then that's when pro comes in because that's where you have the ability to control the tail more so you can smooth out the tail. You've got independent knob rather than just a simple fader for presence. You've got something that we call a strength multiplier. You've got the ability to go into every single part of the frequencies and choose which ones you really want the plugin working on and which ones you don't.,: Is that that EQ curve looking thing across the middle?,: That's the one of the graph? Yeah. The one that says strength and frequency.,: Right.,: So effectively that's exactly it. To strengthen frequency, it's like, okay, rather than just a knob, what we did was go, okay, right. So we're dealing this for the seasoned post production guy or somebody of that ilk going, okay, so this is where that room is. Let me focus all that and bring out. I don't want much of the strength on that part, but I do over here between three and eight K, it's very tweaky. Oh, it is. Very now.,: But if you were trying to match, like, if you had five different sources and you wanted them to sound like they're literally in the same space, sounds like the level of tweakability you would want to have.,: Absolutely. But if you're a voiceover or you're somebody that's doing your own stuff and you're doing it, or you're doing a podcast and you've got a guest coming in and they're on their MacBook Pro microphone and they're sitting in a kitchen on a tiled floor with a window behind them. And that's the kind of thing where honestly, just use the normal one with the one big knob in the middle. It's like a lot of plugins. You can get yourself into a hole really quickly unless you've got the expertise to be able to deal with it. Which is also why we released two versions of these. One of them is a quick fix, and by Quick Fix, I do not mean degraded quality at all. It's exactly the same neural engines, but it gives you less tweakability so that there's less risk of you messing it up yourself. And then you've got Pro, which has more tweakability, plus a limiter built in, plus width control, plus tail smoothing, plus the ability to get more neural networks and an analysis of both mono and stereo. It gives you a lot.,: Yeah, that was just part one of our chat with Michael Pearson Adams or Gomez, if you like, from waves. We'll be back next week for a continuation of this conversation, and we're also tapping into something which is kind of topical as we age, because some of us are doing that. We'll be talking about hearing loss and how best to manage it when you do this for a living. So join us next week. More chats about hearing, more chats about plugins, and more chats with Michael Pearson Adams from Waves. See you next week.,Speaker B: Well, that was fun. Is it over?,Speaker C: The Pro audio suite with thanks to Tribut and Austria and audio recorded using Source Connect, edited by Andrew Peters and mixed by Voodoo Radio Imaging with tech support from George the tech Wittam. Don't forget to subscribe to the show and join in the conversation on our Facebook group. To leave a comment, suggest a topic, or just say g'day. Drop us a note at our website, theproaudiosuite.com.
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In this episode of The Voiceover Gurus Podcast, Linda invites Australian voice actor, Matt Cowlrick, to discuss the essential elements of a successful career in voiceover. Matt shares insights on how having a diverse range of accents and vocal ranges can help voice actors tap into a broader range of opportunities and build a long-lasting career. Listen and learn about how Matt has made it work for decades. About Matt: Matt Cowlrick has been a full-time voice actor for over a decade. He records every day from his personal Source-Connect and ISDN studio, mostly in the genres of commercial, corporate and animation/character. He works in multiple accents and vocal ranges with some of the biggest brands in the world. Select national campaign voice work includes TD Bank, GMC, McDonalds in Canada, BabyBel, Scrubbing Bubbles, Hilton, WorkDay in the US, Trex Decks in the UK and VistaPrint in Australia. He has performed promo work for AMC, Discovery, and Paramount+. Some of his animation and video game credits are Pirate Express (TELETOON), My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Chuck's Choice, World of Warcraft and Littlest Pet Shop and Loki and additional characters in Marvel Super Hero Adventures. Visit Matt's production company website: https://www.timbersound.ca/#about And consulting website: https://www.timbercreative.ca/ FOR MORE INFO ON THE SHOW, PLEASE VISIT: Coaching Website: https://voiceover.guru/ and https://learnwiththegurus.com/ Linda Bruno Voice Actress https://www.lindabruno.com Alyssa Jayson Actress and Musician http://www.alyssajayson.com Join our Circle Community: https://the-voiceover-gurus.circle.so/home
Bruce Belland's new book is called Icons, Idols and Idiots of Hollywood: My Adventures in America's First Boy Band and boy, did he have adventures! Bruce founded The Four Preps while still in Hollywood High School. They became Ricky Nelson's backup band, co-starred in Gidget and The Adventures of Ozzy & Harriet and went on to score massive hits with 26 Miles Across The Sea, Big Man, and Down By The Station. In his book and on this episode, Bruce's storytelling is engaging and enlightening. He shares teen idol road stories, his Disneyland dream date with Annette Funicello (that devolved into a nauseous nightmare) his day on the set of a TV special with Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Rosemary Clooney and Louis Armstrong, exactly why a wholesome boy singer would include in his book a chapter titled, One Dead Junkie and a Masturbating Monkey, how the love and wisdom of his minister father and sharp witted mother fortified his remarkable journey, and the powerfully poignant night of President Kennedy's assassination when The Preps gave voice to heartbreak at Ohio State University. Through it all, Bruce remains a student. He confides what he learned from Gene Kelly, Ozzy Nelson and George Burns and just how he embraces the blessing of encountering someone who knows more than you and opening yourself up to new lessons.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending Killers of the Flower Moon, in theaters and Desperately Seeking Soulmate: Escaping Twin Flames Universe, a doc series on Prime.Path Points of Interest:Bruce BellandIcons, Idols, and Idiots of Hollywood: My Adventures in America's First Boy Band by Bruce BellandThe Edsel ShowThe Four Preps on WikipediaKillers of the Flower Moon - In TheatersDesperately Seeking Soulmate: Escaping Twin Flames Universe
In this episode, John and singing teacher Lisa Perks explore the hidden cost of vocal shame. They share personal stories and strategies to overcome self-doubt, making it a riveting listen for all. Episode Highlights: The Challenge of Vocal Wobble The Psychological Consequences of Vocal Damage The Impact of Losing One's Voice To find out more about Lisa and her programs, visit epiphanyvocalstudio.com. To learn more about John Henny, his best-selling books, online courses, Vocal Assessments and Voice Lessons with his Teaching Team of Experts, Speaker Training, and the Contemporary Voice Teacher Academy, visit: JohnHenny.com.