Over the years a number of clients have come to me because their voice was tired, strained, scratchy, unreliable, or generally thin-sounding. For some of these people, the only thing we needed to address was their posture.continue reading
As cliché as it may sound, laughter is legit medicine. Stress affects the voice in a ton of ways, and laughter truly helps.continue reading
Whether they are clicky, sticky or slurpy, mouth noises are a time-consuming pain for VO actors and anyone creating audio recordings. Depending on the nature of the recording, you either need to re-do it, edit out all those little sounds without affecting the speech, or foist the sounds on your listener.
Best just to avoid them in the first place.continue reading
We winterize our cars, our homes, our wardrobes, and even our kitchen pantries.
But do you know how to winterize your voice?continue reading
Me: Hi, welcome to voice therapy!
Client: I think my ENT is crazy.
Me: Why is that?
Client: She says my voice problems are coming from acid reflux, which is nuts. I don’t even have heartburn!
This scene has played out in my work enough that it’s time for a post explaining the sometimes mysterious relationship between VOICE and REFLUX.continue reading
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