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Your Self and Your Voice Part II

Anne Leatherland/ June 17, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

This is a follow up to my last blog, where I talked about why both the body (physical technique) and the self (inner person) are part of using your voice. Both of these things have energy, and both energies can combine to give you a well produced and authentic voice. So, where do we start? Getting your self into your

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Heard or Not?

Anne Leatherland/ November 19, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

No Need to Shout to be Heard How many times have you been to a talk or performance where everything is just too loud? Even with well balanced sound systems some people “shout” down the mic. At best it is boring, at worst it just doesn’t communicate. It is “heard” but not truly heard! Communication Communication is the point of

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Stage-fright: Coping with it

Anne Leatherland/ May 11, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

AKA performance Anxiety Stage-fright: You’ve all felt it to some degree haven’t you, at some time in your lives? The sweaty palms, dry mouth, racing heart or perhaps impending panic? I know I have. Perhaps it was an exam, a job interview , an audition or just speaking or singing in front of others. This is also known as performance

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