Voice and Podcasting Resources
Your Voice and Podcasting
Check out Tim Noonan’s detailed notes, voice tips and resources for podcasting blog article, prepared to support the following two podcast interviews.
Developing your Voice and Your Podcast Style
There is a fantastic presentation by Tony Kahn on Voice and Developing your Podcasting Style. Tony has been host of the Morning Stories podcast for several years. The new home for Morning Stories is at Tony’s personal website, http://www.tonykahn.com
Tony has been working in radio for many decades, and really knows Voice. He also understands how podcasting differs significantly from classical radio, and explains this transition brilliantly in his Voice and Developing your Podcasting Style presentation. You can download this video presentation by Tony here.
Online Voice Coaching and Podcasting Blog
Improving your voice makes your podcasts more credible and effective. Simple, small changes can give you a voice that attracts more listeners.
Ann Utterback’s excellent Online Voice Coaching Blog has a variety of quality posts about breathing, vocal warm-up and other podcast-relevant pointers.
Podcast Voice Training
Some very informative Voice and Public Speaking podcasts by public speaking coaches, Jan Janzen and Scott Paton
“Improve your Podcasts with tips and tricks from expert public speaking coaches, Jan Janzen and Scott Paton”.
Unfortunately, these Podcast Voice Training files can be difficult to download at times due to Podomatic’s bandwidth limits.
Some Points for Conducting Podcast Interviews.
This article on interviewing contains some good pointers for keeping to topic and following up on unexpected or interesting answers.
Some great podcast interviewing advice can also be found in Ann Utterback’s Polish Your Interviewing Voice blog article.
Sound and Voice Recording Tips
Article By David Battino with practical Pointers on voice and recording. It also links to other interesting podcast-related posts.