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Notes on Vocal Training by Judy Rodman's Blog

Judy Rodman:

"I teach my trademarked method "Power, Path & Performance". It is a three-pronged approach to training voices that I have developed revolving around breath, open throat and authentic communication of message.

There are all kinds of methods of training voices. Here's the truth: If there is a singer (or speaker) giving a great vocal performance to a room full of vocal coaches, each coach better see his or her training method in that performance. It's that simple... vocal training must work in practical application, or it's useless!! "

Well said! As a non-trained vocal singer, I feel like I do what I can to keep my voice healthy and to not strain my voice. I do have some bad habits like many singers do, but I am working to say true to my authentic sound, but find a healthy way to bring out the best in my voice quality and continue to strengthen my instrument. Not only do I want this to be my profession but it gives me the greatest joy to chare my natural and "raw" as people say, talent with the world.

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