The Vocology in Practice crew are an affiliation of voice people from many disciplines striving to more fully understand and implement new research and practices into their own work. In addition to hearing multiple presentations from people across the field including Ingo Titze and Karin Titze Cox, Michael Goodrich, Ana Flavia, and Alex Kariotis, we gave a presentation on ways to bring vocology into lessons in fun and inviting ways. Everyone there had experience with acoustics and anatomy, so we were able to go a little more quickly than normal. They seemed to love the way we explained harmonics and formants, and in particular, the visuals that we use. They lit up, though, when we began to delve into technology, showed vocal acoustics in action, and brought out some of the Ian Howell-inspired psychoacoustic ideas. We had a great time, and very much enjoyed getting to know that community of accomplished and creative musicians.