As a voice artist, you rely on your voice for your livelihood, so it does make sense to take good long term care of what pays the bills. You may also be unwittingly damaging your voice with bad lifestyle habits and by using your voice incorrectly. In this podcast, veteran VO Pro and Coach Tommy Griffiths, creator of the "5-Minute Voice Workout" chats with a renowned Speech and Voice Pathologist about how you should care for your voice and how to avoid damaging your vocal chords.
I chose this picture for Documentary because of the poster for a documentary called I know that voice. I like this poster because it shows an inside mouth with the uvula hanging on top and I find it a perfect poster for the documentary,
Tommy Griffiths Voice Productions made a podcast with a 5 minute work-out for your voice. Excellent as a warm-up. Any other tips and tricks for a warm-up for the voice? Please post them in the comments.
Randye Kaye is a Voice Over Talent based in Connecticut and NYC, and VO coach with Edge Studio. Here she shares one secret to better Voice Overs - you have to get your face and body into the read. Randye's major clients include Priceline.com, Kohl's, Burger King, Kyocera, Cablevision, Brilliance Audio and many others. Narrations, commercials, telephony, medical, audiobooks, e-learning...www.randyekaye.com for demos and client comments.