20 episodes

Advice for singers and speakers on stage and in recording studio from professional vocal coach, producer, singer, speaker and creator of Power, Path & Performance vocal training Judy Rodman

All Things Vocal Podcast Judy Rodman

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Advice for singers and speakers on stage and in recording studio from professional vocal coach, producer, singer, speaker and creator of Power, Path & Performance vocal training Judy Rodman

    How to Have Unforgettable Songwriter Rounds

    How to Have Unforgettable Songwriter Rounds

    This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.
    Today's topic is Songwriter Rounds. Listen to this podcast episode for ways to put magic in these special Nashville-origin unplugged shows where songwriters perform their own material 'in the round'.
    This podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Android apps. Subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and ... PLEASE RATE & REVIEW at ratethispodcast.com/atv
    If you’d like help with acing your next songwriter round or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.
    Subjects covered in this episode include:
    The definition of a songwriter round
    Goals for this kind of show
    Hosting tips
    Performer tips
    3 songwriter fails
    Creating special virtual songwriter rounds
    Links mentioned in this podcast include:
    Canva
    Square
    Paypal Here
    Buy Me A Coffee
    Be.Live
    Cyberlink Director video editor

    • 21 min
    The Multi-Creative Soul - Interview with Mark Elliott

    The Multi-Creative Soul - Interview with Mark Elliott

    This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.
    Today I interview Mark Elliott… singer, songwriter, performer, musician,  audio engineer, studio producer, novelist, poet, outdoorsman, and airplane pilot. I'm sure there's more:) Listen for inspiration to go forward, from someone who has a big to-do list and knows how to use it!
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    If you want the best vocal training proven to maximize vocal ability and conquer strain, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.

    Some quotes from the interview:

    Discipline is connected to inspiration
    Protecting forward momentum energizes the next thing
    The legs of your forward momentum are upon content

    Some of our discussion trails:

    Integrating multiple creative and technical sides of oneself.
    How you can start out in classical voice and end up in bluegrass - loving them both!
    The value of both nature and nurture, parents and environment, to Mark's journey.
    Brick walls and turning points
    The difference between writing songs and writing novels.
    Mark recites his latest poem ‘Where Did You Go’ 
    Thinking outside the box for the promotional video series to launch his single 'Craziest Thing'. We play a snippet!
    Mark's experience with a vocal polyp.
    Guitar strings and microphones... including how he cleans his mics.
    Mark's future gazing; encouragement for others to move forward, too.
    About Mark Elliot:

    To quote Devon O'Day; 

    As a singer-songwriter, Mark Elliott is a ‘lifer.’ He lives and breathes the poetry of existence.

    Mark started his singer-songwriter career in Washington, DC. Tom Paxton discovered him and led him to Nashville. He has won songwriting awards including the Kerrville New Folk Award, has written for publishing houses including Bluewater Music, Maypop Music group, and Sony Music/ATV, and has had his songs cut by indie and major-label artists. Billboard Magazine called Mark’s Neal McCoy hit, Every Man for Himself, “a song with rare lyrical and musical edge and the best cut on the album.” Other publications have praised his work including Martin Guitar Company’s Sounding Board Magazine, UK’s Maverick Magazine and Music Row Magazine which said Mark was "Almost too good”.  

     
    He tours live with his band, Runaway Home, and has a new solo EP due out summer 2020, with the first single called "Craziest Thing". Mark writes books, blogs, and essays. Kirkus Reviews said of Mark’s first full-length book, The Sons of Starmount: Memoir of a Ten-Year-Old Boy, “Cheerful, more thoughtful than most reminiscences, and quite enjoyable.” Mark is a regular contributor to Songbones Magazine. 

    Find Mark's blog at www.imacre8tivesoul.com. 
    Find Mark’s music and books at  www.markelliottcreative.com 
    Find him on Instagram: @imacre8tivesoul

     

    • 51 min
    11 Surprising Causes of Vocal Problems

    11 Surprising Causes of Vocal Problems

    This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.
    Today's topic is causes of vocal problems. Listen to this podcast episode to discover surprising things that affect your voice, and some workarounds for each of them.
    This podcast is now playing at iTunes , Google Play,  TuneIn Radio, . Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review at www.RateThisPodcast.com/atv . REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED!
    If you’d like help with a frustrating vocal issue, or improving your singing and speaking voice in general, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.
    Subjects covered in this episode include:
    Clothes
    Shoes
    Exercise
    Pain
    Emotions
    Hormones
    Negative Feedback
    Humidity
    Congested lymph nodes
    Spinal condition
    Missing face & heart
    Links mentioned in this podcast include:
    How you lift free weights
    Anxiety & the vagal-vocal connection
    The effect of hormones on the voice
    Singing in the Studio book
    How to get mucus off vocal cords
    Focusing communication to one heart
    Ryan Stewart aka RyRobio

    • 18 min
    Rehearsal VS Performance Voice - Why The Difference Matters

    Rehearsal VS Performance Voice - Why The Difference Matters

     This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com
     
    Today's topic is Rehearsal and Performance vocal modes. Listen to this podcast episode to learn the differences between these two modes, why you need both, and how to make sure you're in the right voice for what you're doing.
     
    This podcast is now playing at  iTunes , Google Play, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Android apps. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review at www.RateThisPodcast.com/atv . REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED!
     
    If you’d like help with rehearsing and performing at the top of your game, or any other vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses.
     
    Subjects covered in this episode include:
    Definitions of rehearsal and performance voice
    Getting them counter-productive mixed up
    How and when to rehearse your performance mode
    Demonstrations of the differences for singing voice
    Demonstrations of the differences for speaking voice

    • 12 min
    Audio Branding - Interview With Jodi Krangle

    Audio Branding - Interview With Jodi Krangle

    This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.
    Today I interview Jodi Krangle… professional voice actor, podcaster, singer
    This podcast is now playing at iTunes , Google Play, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Android apps. Subscribe and don't miss an episode... and please leave a review at www.RateThisPodcast.com/atv  . REVIEWS ARE MUCH NEEDED and APPRECIATED!
    Jodi Krangle's story: She has been a voice actor since 2007 with clients from major global brands in a multitude of industries. But on her road uniquely traveled she has done everything from selling computers before computers were cool, diving into the internet and internet marketing very early on, becoming a singer/songwriter/performing/recording artist, developing an award-winning songwriter resource website called 'The Muse's Muse', and now has her own fascinating podcast called 'Audio Branding'. 
    QUESTIONS I ASKED HER:

    Did you set out to become a renaissance woman?  
    Let's get right into the power of sound. You've really been researching and talking to thought leaders about this on your podcast. Take us into some of the ways sound vibrations work.
    Some of our listeners may be interested in music therapy occupations. What have you learned about the power of sound for health, pain relief and healing?
    Give us some examples of the power of sound to influence behavior, Why do you say it's the 'hidden gem of marketing'?
    Take us into the world of voiceover. What do you like about it? What have been some challenges? What would you say to someone wanting to look into that career?
    As we speak, the world has changed. Are you seeing vocal career opportunities change in the age of COVID-19? 
    Besides a voice actor, you are also an accomplished singer and it looks like you've been working on your artistic definition! OK what is the Filk scene? 
    What do you do when your internet is down?
    How important do you feel it is for career vocalists to have a community around them?
    JODI'S LINKS:


    Check out her Voice Over website at www.voiceoversandvocals.com
    BONUS: Get this for yourself: The Audio Branding Worksheet (and sign-up for Jodi's newsletter) is at www.voiceoversandvocals.com/resources/
    Listen to Jodi's Audio Branding Podcast website at www.audiobrandingpodcast.com. 
    JUDY'S LINKS:
    If you want the best vocal training for stage and studio, schedule a lesson. Whether you're a singer or speaker, I can help you towards your goals of sound quality, performance impact and vocal health. 
    Remember... please leave a review at www.RateThisPodcast.com/ATV

    • 37 min
    Thoughts For Voices In COVID-19 Crisis

    Thoughts For Voices In COVID-19 Crisis

    This is the audio version of the blogpost you can find at AllThingsVocal.com.
    Today's topic is about the global pandemic of COVID-19. Listen to this podcast episode for strategies to successfully live through this crisis, and actually use it to be better in all ways when it ends.
    This podcast is now playing at iTunes , Google Play, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Android apps Subscribe and don't miss an episode. Please leave a review at www.RateThisPodcast.com/atv  (I REALLY NEED MORE REVIEWS - thank you!!)
    If you’d like help with any vocal matter, try Power, Path and Performance vocal training, available at www.JudyRodman.com in vocal lessons and on CD courses. 
    Subjects covered in this episode include:
    COVID-19 facts... Why this is such a serious global crisis
    Stay Alive
    Create & Train
    Be Useful
    Links mentioned in this podcast include:
    Poem by Laura Jenkins
    How the Novel Coronavirus and the Flu are alike and different
    The lack of enough protective equipment for health care workers
    How to get your voice back from illness
    Patreon
    BuyMeACoffee
    Mortgage lenders pausing payments for 12 months
    Things we can do for our communities
    Some good places to donate to
    Online Vocal Lesson pros and cons
     

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Philly Kid 22 ,

SUPERB!

I have been consuming Judy’s content for a while now. I love all of the information that she shares and use it in my every-day application as a professional musician.

Judy’s vocal techniques have helped me become a better singer and performer and have helped me inform the rest of my team and bandmates.

I love listening to Judy’s podcasts. She brings on the most incredible people, with valuable, one-of-a-kind information. She is bar-none!

grice79 ,

Great lessons

Just is a great voice coach and this podcast is tremendous tool.

DWakeman ,

A great resource for speakers and singers

Judy's podcast is an awesome resource for learning how to train your voice whether you're a speaker (me) or a singer (not me). She demonstrates and teaches as well as shares her wealth of experience. She asks excellent questions when she interviews others, as I experience when I was a guest speaking on internet marketing for musicians. This show is worth your investment of time.

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