When I began teaching voice 22 years ago, I noticed that each student that came to me had their own individual package of strengths and weaknesses, some totally opposite others. After a few years, I noticed that breath issues, tight throat issues and communication issues are synergistic. Correcting flaws in one could correct the others. The health of the voice is determined by healthy physiological … Continue reading Communication Skills For Vocal Performance Power // Judy Rodman
Nashville Vocal Coach Judy Rodman follows up on her last post with exercises and techniques to help your students work their voices back from the brink. Continue reading Working the Voice Back from the Brink, Part 2 // Judy Rodman
Independent Voice Specialist Judy Rodman discusses ways to help singers struggling with loss of voice. Continue reading Working the Voice Back from the Brink, Part 1 // Judy Rodman
Guest blogger Judy Rodman talks about the differences between live singing and studio singing and the ways we teachers can help our students better prepare for recording. She covers preparation, setting up the mic, using headphones, performance psychology, specific vocal techniques, and vocal health.
Continue reading Teaching Studio Singers // Judy Rodman