Tech-guided aural and visual tools that accelerate vocal progress
Imagine if you had more bodily references than just "soft palate", "diaphragm", and "mask". Imagine if you could hear what specific area of the voice was out of alignment when you listened to your singers and you could create exercises specifically designed to address those areas. Imagine if the exercises you created didn't only work once, but gave the singers a tool set that they have regular access to, one that helps their voices develop in rapid and measured progress.
At VoiceScienceWorks we take contemporary research on the voice and translate it into directly applicable information so that you, the voice user, can immediately apply it in your practice. Brilliant minds have been working through complex bio mechanics, physics, acoustics and neurology for decades, helping us to better understand what actually happens when we sing. We can now access that complex information through straight-forward explanations and methods.
Laurel and David knocked it outta the park! The knowledge that both of them have is phenomenal…I felt as if I walked through an experience with them; rather than just listened to a lecture.
Musical Theater Coach & Voice Educator
Amazing!!! It was absolutely fabulous; I wish I could work with David and Laurel on a consistent basis and can't wait until I can attend another workshop! It was fascinating and opened my eyes to new options in terms of both pedagogy and thinking about my own singing.
musician & educator
To me, vocal acoustics has been like boxing, I've been getting little jabs for so many years, but today you gave me tons of upper cuts!
santa carina, brazil
Fascinating, interactive, motivating. I loved the voice analyzer!
I loved putting into practice what I learned, and started warming up with the straw right away…I learned how to sing without getting as tired, and how to get better sound with less work.
san francisco, ca
Summer Vocology Institute, National Center for Voice & Speech
College of the Holy Cross
Cornish College of the Arts
California Institute of the Arts
Portland State University
Oregon State University
Southern Oregon University
California State University, Los Angeles
California State University, Long Beach
University of California, Los Angeles,
University of Southern California
University of South Florida
Linn-Benton Community College
University of Arizona
Loyola Marymount University
Shameless Singing Studios
BAST: Be a Singing Teacher
VocalizeU: Summer Artist Intensive
Cork School of Music
Duke Clinic Voice Center
New England Conservatory
PAVA: Pan-American Vocology Association
ACDA East: American Choral Directors Association, Eastern Division
ASA: Acoustical Society of America
VASTA: Voice & Speech Trainers Association
VIP: Vocology in Practice
EVTA-Be: European Voice Teachers Association, Belgium
IVTOM: International Voice Teachers of Mix
N.E.O. New Explorative Oratorio Voice Festival (Co-Directors)
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