On another note, January Special. Being in Voice Warmup App is available at reduced price of AU$2.99 from now until the end of the month. Here’s the latest review: “My partner and I went through the mini vocal warm up together while making breakfast. It certainly relaxed us both, noticeably improved our voices and made us laugh.”
Voice, Speech and Singing Teachers and Choral Directors, contact me for a promo code to try it out for free.
For those of you still following this blog, click here for the latest posting, over at my ACTUAL blog.
I’ve tried to re-direct visitors to this blog over to my current blog, at www.being-in-voice.com/flloyds-blog, but this one still attracts a following and I don’t want to abandon you!
So I will now update this one with links to the posts from the other one, and hopefully that will enable you to switch over easily. Here is the latest post over there – Adventures in Voice. I hope you enjoy it!
I am very excited about this, because it means everybody with an iPhone or iPad can now enjoy warming up their voices gently and safely, whether they want to use the voice for speaking or singing, professionally or for fun. The warm ups are suitable for beginners, and for experienced professional voice users (actors, singers, choristers, public speakers, teachers, lawyers, politicians, entrepreneurs, startups, 5 minute pitchers).
The App contains the Mini Vocal Warmup, my own short and snappy version of the Vocal Function Exercises. This warmup takes less than a minute, yet it contains all the elements for a full training program. Once you have learnt this warmup, you will be able to extend it into your own personalised, dynamic, Vocal Gym.
The General Vocal Warmup is the full set of Vocal Function exercises, plus a resonance and articulation workout. There are audio files, with me talking you through the exercises, and documents with lots of information about how to prepare your body and your breath for vocal training, and about the voice and speech. Not bad for $0.99! Enjoy.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 22 trips to carry that many people.