Uncover Vocal Health Secrets
In this episode, Anne and vocal health expert Nic Redman explore voice health for voice over professionals. Together, they delve into the significance of warm-ups, breath control, and overcoming imposter syndrome. Discover the holistic approach to warming up that saves time, enhances performance, and ensures the longevity of your voice. Explore the vital role breath plays in voiceover and gain techniques to master longer phrases while maintaining the sentence and breath system. Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your voice and take your skills to the next level.
Anne is joined by special guest Nic Redman to discuss vocal health, breath control and overcoming imposter syndrome.
"Voice training is a journey." - Nic
Nic Redman is a podcaster, voiceover artist, speaking and recording coach. She provides voice, speech and recording training to podcasters, actors, comedians, public speakers, and business professionals via 1-2-1 sessions, group workshops and retreats. Her podcasts, The Voice Coach Podcast & The Voiceover Social Podcast are award-winning and rank in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide. Nic’s book On The Mic - Voice Training for Voiceovers, Podcasters, Speakers and Presenters is available for purchase now!
Top 10 Takeaways
Quick-share concepts from today’s episode:
Develop a consistent warm-up routine for optimal vocal health.
Take 5-10 minutes daily for holistic warm-ups that engage your body, mind, breath, and head.
Don't believe the time-consuming warm-up myth. In fact, they save time in the long run by reducing editing and pickups.
Remember, breath is crucial in voiceover. Release and flow with it naturally, rather than forcing it.
For a captivating performance, master longer phrases and stay committed to the sentence and breath system.
Hydration matters! Pay attention to it as it directly affects your vocal performance.
Reduce tension and promote vocal health with semi-occluded vocal tract exercises.
For personalized improvement, consider individualized coaching to assess and enhance your vocal health and performance.
Incorporate mindfulness into warm-ups for added mental health benefits.
Adapt your energy and breath for different voiceover contexts like podcasting or hosting a conference.
"Efficiency in the booth means less time editing." - Anne
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