New musicality video:
Today we’re speaking with Judy Rodman of judyrodman.com and the All Things Vocal blog. Judy went from being a professional jingle singer in the 70s to getting a recording contract as a singer and having a Billboard #1 song, to writing songs and having one of them become a #1 hit for Leann Rimes, to now being an in-demand vocal coach in Nashville and the creator of the All Things Vocal blog and podcast. http://musicalitypodcast.com/44
In this conversation we talk about:
– What it was that let her succeed again and again as she pivoted her music career through the years
– The two areas she recommends beginning singers to focus on and specific exercises to help with both
– The number one most important thing to focus on as a singer if you want to improve and have a good-sounding voice
– How studio singing differs from singing on stage
– A clever device that can help you past that feeling of thinking you sound odd or bad when you hear yourself on a recording
There is a ton packed into this conversation and whether you’ve never sung before, you sing and want to get better, or you’re already performing on stage and in the studio, there is going to be something valuable for you to take away, and we know you’re going to want to immerse yourself more in everything Judy offers to help singers.
Listen to the episode:
Links and Resources
Judy Rodman’s website: http://judyrodman.com/
All Things Vocal blog and podcast: http://blog.judyrodman.com/
Power, Path & Performance course: http://www.judyrodman.com/power-path-performance
Singing in the Studio course: http://judyrodman.com/sis.htm
Hearfones as a singing tool: http://www.judyrodman.com/hearfones.htm
Here We Are, Judy’s album with her husband: http://www.johnandjudyrodman.com/music.html
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