Voice experts and bestselling authors Dr Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher have been chatting about voice for more than 20 years - this time they've switched the microphone on. Vocal technique? check. Musicals? check. The weird things you can do with your voice? check. Includes AMA on voice, singing, speaking, performance techniques, voice exercises and so much more.
Jeremy Fisher & Dr Gillyanne Kayes chat about collaboration and life
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Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher take a deeper breath and dive lower into part 2 of breathing techniques for singers & speakers.
And we share
Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher dive deep into breathing techniques for singers & speakers.
And we share
We're talking business, singing and marketing with founder of the Speakeasy Cooperative (SECO) Michelle Markwart Deveaux
We share what happened when Michelle coached us in our own business (Vocal Process), and the two MAJOR decisions we made that have turned our lives around.
We find out
Impostor Syndrome is real.
We're chatting about Jeremy's recent blog post Seven Ways to Deal With Impostor Syndrome, and sharing our own journeys feeling like impostors.
Jeremy describes the five types of impostor:
Discover which ones we are (and which ones we think each other might be).
And we go into more detail about the seven Impostor Buster techniques that we've...
Gillyanne and Jeremy riff about life after lockdown, the Accreditation programme, and different ways of working with us (the Ziggurat)
How life has changed since our first podcast episode a year ago
Finding an envelope for your creativity
Working with us offline, online and live
The Vocal Process Teacher Accreditation Programme (launching 4th July)
The Learning Lounge
Our new Circle Community, and so much more
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Our special guest prizewinning jazz singer Georgia Mancio talks frankly about
Gillyanne & Jeremy tackle two controversial AMAs in this episode:
What they REALLY think about "thick and thin folds", and why the topic of vocal fold hydration is so confusing.
Gillyanne and Jeremy go in depth into vocal fold behaviour, why the terms thick and thin are misleading, how we can change pitch and volume while singing, and which words they now use in their teaching.
And in answer to four people's questions ...
Gillyanne and I have some more best bits we'd like to share with you, this time from Series 1 Episodes 6-9 and Series 2 Episodes 1, 3 & 5.
Gillyanne and I have some best bits we'd like to share with you. Here are the best bits from Series 1, episodes 1-5
The theme for World Voice Day 2021 (April 16th) is One World, Many Voices.
To celebrate being part of that One World of voice, we thought it would be great to hear the best bits from our vocal expert guests.
We start with the first of our #LockdownHeroes, our SOVT expert Oren Boder
Oren made four appearances altogether on Podcasts 10, 11, 13 and 14 answering your SOVT questions and sharing so many insights.
James Sills, author of Do Si...
Gillyanne and Jeremy tackle the controversial topic of vocal registers
We're talking about Covid and voice, breathing and singing.
Phoene Cave, music therapist, singer, trainer and developer of the Singing For Lung Health sequences chats to us about her life, singing for people who have chronic lung conditions, and what she thinks is the single most underrated skill for singing leaders.
Why Exercise Induced Laryngeal Obstruction is sometimes misdiagnosed as asthma
What you need as a Singing for Lung...
Why we don't do "vocal coach reacts to" videos, and when we might
The single most important difference between a singer and a singing teacher (and the simple reason why great singers might not be great teachers)
When to listen to the speaking voice of a singer and why
Teaching two different people the same Belt technique
And Jeremy demonstrates exactly what's being discussed with a line from a "legit...
We're talking to Nic Redman and Leah Marks from the excellent podcast TheVOSocial
How Leah and Nic got into voiceovers
What a portfolio career means for an actor
Finding your niche
Why Gillyanne and Nic are passionate about vocal education
How Leah and Jeremy found podcasts as a playground for their talents
And of course, What's in your mug?
FYI The disaster that you hope never happens, happened.
Yes, we ...
Gillyanne & Jeremy open series 2 (and 2021) with chat about
tea, purpose, happiness and coffins
They share more on their legacy and how to incorporate legacy into your life, why they stopped selling books, Konmari-ing Vocal Process and getting rid of 1900 dead people.
They also reveal plans for more podcasts and their guest wishlist
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Gillyanne's the Queen's Blend tea comes from https://cupoftea.co.uk
We had so much material on SOVT techniques, straws and AMAs that we had to split it in 2! Here is part 2 of Oren Boder's return visit. All 3 of us answer questions on:
By popular demand, #SOVT expert Oren Boder, creator of the SOVT Singing Straw, is back!
We had so many more AMAs for Oren following our SOVT Workshop together that we invited him back for SOVT AMAs part 2 (part 1).
In part 1 of this two-part return, Oren, Gillyanne and Jeremy answer questions on:
Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher chat with another of their own #LockdownHeroes, James Sills. James is a passionate choral leader, the founder of The Sofa Singers, and the author of Do Sing.
James shares how Sofa Singers ran from a quirky idea to international recognition (almost overnight), why singing together is vital for our wellbeing, and how his background shaped his view of music as an everyday essential.
Do Sing is ava...
SOVT expert Oren Boder answers six of the top AMAs we received on semi-occluded vocal tract exercises & science.
Why the angle of the straw in water might make a difference - 3.50
Why you might be bypassing the benefits of straws without realising it - 5.30
Why matching resistance of your straw to your personal glottal impedance is important, and when to break that rule! - 7.10
Understanding the relationship between the...
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