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Good, good, good vocal vibrations

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  • Christopher Baker by way of Christopher
    [from the University of Alberta. CB] David Ley is creating a buzz by using vibrators to amp up the vocal power of singers and actors.
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 22, 2013
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      [from the University of Alberta. CB]

      David Ley is creating a buzz by using vibrators to amp up the vocal
      power of singers and actors.

      http://news.ualberta.ca/newsarticles/2013/march/good-good-good-vocal-vibrations

      The University of Alberta voice and dialect coach admits it's a
      bizarre technique sure to raise eyebrows, but it works "like magic,"
      he says. Without exception, everyone who has tried Ley's recent
      innovation has reported improved projection and range.

      Getting back to BASSics...

      KTWWS! & HTW!
      Christopher

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    • Keith Hopkins
      This is fascinating. Thanks, Christopher! See also the follow-up article: http://whatsnext.ualberta.ca/en/a-vibrator-that-could-make-voices-vibrant.aspx
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 22, 2013
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        This is fascinating. Thanks, Christopher!

        See also the follow-up article:
        http://whatsnext.ualberta.ca/en/a-vibrator-that-could-make-voices-vibrant.aspx

        ...and YouTube video:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZSEbykum5k

        Keith Hopkins, Lakeland, FL, USA


        On 3/22/2013, Christopher Baker wrote:
        [from the University of Alberta. CB]
        David Ley is creating a buzz by using vibrators to amp up the vocal
        power of singers and actors.
        http://news.ualberta.ca/newsarticles/2013/march/good-good-good-vocal-vibrations


        The University of Alberta voice and dialect coach admits it's a bizarre
        technique sure to raise eyebrows, but it works "like magic," he says.
        Without exception, everyone who has tried Ley's recent innovation has
        reported improved projection and range.

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