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One of the most essential skills a singer needs to learn is how to use your voice correctly when talking. I've had many students whose vocal problems are related to the way they talk, not the way they sing: Teachers who yell to make themselves heard over a noisy classroom. Counselors and therapists who lower their pitch and volume to create intimacy and trust with their clients. And singers in noisy environments, like restaurants, who fight to make themselves heard over the din of people talking and background music. Whether they're yelling or whispering, singers like these struggle with vocal fatigue or hoarseness at the end of their workday.
In this podcast episode, you'll learn why talking is harder on your voice than singing, and the three things you can do that will keep you from trashing your voice when you talk.
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