How podcast hosts can improve vocal presentation

How to use vocal exercises to improve your hosting skills

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If you’re a podcast host or do a lot of vocal work, it’s always a good idea to use vocal exercises to warm-up. Vocal exercises warm up your vocal cords, tongue, and muscles around the mouth.

In fact, professional announcers and narrators always use vocal exercises before speaking. That way, they are sure that their voice is ready and relaxed before recording.

In this week’s Podcast episode, we get some expert tips on vocal exercises from Podmotion team member Liam Morrison.

Liam is not only an audio and video editor, he’s a professional narrator, voice over pro, singer, and actor.

Key tips on vocal exercises from Liam include:

  1. The goo goo ga ga scale exercise
  2. Jaw stretching
  3. Cheek massaging
  4.  Body stretching and moving to lift energy
  5. Posture check

All these exercises are designed to ensure your voice is ready. You will have the right energy level to speak or record. And Liam explores the techniques fully in this episode.

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