Mar 5, 2019
Dr. Heather Nelson is a vocologist from Springfield, Missouri. She
teaches privately, specializing in working with singers who have
injury or are at greater risk for injury. She loves working with
singers of all skill levels, but especially loves helping
professional voice users develop and refine technique that will
help them perform at their best level. When not teaching or
writing, she can be found reading, cooking, and attending to every
wish and whim of Dooey the dog and Sis the cat.
We talk about:
- How your brain uses sensory information to make decisions about
how your singing sounds.
- How ambient noise can effect how loud we sing, even when we
aren't perceiving it.
- Airborne Vs. Digital Feedback
- The potentially negative effects, on the voice and brain, of
digital sound set up and amplification.
- Getting over your fear of singing for others or for a new voice
- Why we sound different inside our head vs. how the rest of the
world hears us.
- How the brain can play tricks on you based on your singing
- How to use information based on vocal acoustics in order to let
your true voice come out and improve your singing!
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