Are you ready to start your own podcast? Whether you're a complete beginner or just looking for some tips to take your show up a notch, this episode is for you. We discuss how to nail your podcasting voice and make sure it sounds great every time. Keep reading to learn more!
Meet Nic Redman, a spoken voice coach and accent specialist, voiceover artist and podcaster, who’s worked her magic on the likes of Sarah Millican, Denise Welsh and Kris Hitchen and for productions on CBBC, BBC Radio 4, Radio 2 and Netflix - helping people use their voices in a multitude of different ways. As well as working with those at the top of their acting and presenting game on vocal techniques helping them to understand and develop their voice, produce new accents or improve their mic technique. Her podcasts The Voice Coach Podcast and The Voiceover Social have ranked number 1 internationally and have been nominated for numerous awards including The International Women in Podcasting Awards and The British Podcast awards.
- Exercises to prep your voice before you start recording
- What vocal fatigue is and how you can fix it
- How posture and voice relate to each other
- The mic technique that will make you a great podcaster
- Tips for landing sponsorships for your podcast
TUNE IN TO THE EPISODE
- ‘‘Voice coaching from a podcast perspective is not about changing anything or making you sound a certain way. It's about preparing the instrument that you have to be as responsive as possible to the information that you want to get out there and the emotions that you go through when you're on your podcast and you’re recording.’’
- ‘‘I think some people feel like it helps them have better breath support, and that's fine. And they feel like it helps their voice. And to be honest, that's half the battle with voice training. If there's something you're doing and you can prove it helps you and makes you feel better. makes your voice better, happy days because the voice is a body/mind connection.’’
- ‘‘The main thing for me about the relationship with the microphone and mic technique is remembering that it is a conduit to you getting to your audience.’’
Sounding like a podcasting pro is easy when you follow Nic’s simple tips. By taking the time to prep your voice before you hit record and using the right mic technique, you’ll be podcasting with confidence in no time. So what are you waiting for? Try out these techniques today and see how your audience responds!
MORE ABOUT NIC
Nic also supports business professionals to find confidence and presence in public speaking, encouraging them to gain a more charismatic delivery. Her podcasts The Voice Coach Podcast and The Voiceover Social have ranked number 1 internationally and have been nominated for numerous awards including The International Women in Podcasting Awards and The British Podcast awards. Alongside her colleague Leah Marks, Nic was recently awarded the Inspiration Award at the One Voice Conference for her commitment to giving back to the voiceover community through podcasting. She is based in the UK and runs her voice training business from a glorious retreat venue in the heart of the Northumberland countryside.
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