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Ask the Author: Q&A with Dr. Kari Ragan Hosted by Dr. Brian Manternach - World Voice Day, Brian Manternach (Apr 16,2022)

All the Day Long Artist Interview Series with May Leporacci, Episode 3. Brian Manternach (Apr 23, 2020)

Eastern Connecticut State University - Vocal Health & Hygiene: Tips to Keep you Talking. Lynn Maxfield (Nov 30, 2011, published April 3, 2014)

Interviews on Voice Matters with Elizabeth Johnson: Episode #1 with Ingo Titze (November 2015, published Dec 19, 2016)

Jazz of Physics: Part 1 and Part 2 , Ingo Titze and Elizabeth Johnson (published January 9, 2013)

NATS Chat - Defining Evidence-Based Voice Pedagogy (EBVP): A New Framework. Lynn Helding, Lynn Maxfield, Kenneth Bozeman, Kari Ragan (Dec 14, 2020)

NATS Chat - Legends in our Field: Ingo Titze and Kittie Verdolini Abbott - NATS Chat (April 13, 2021)

NATS Chat - Mindful Voice: How Cognitive Science Informs Voice Teaching. Lynn Helding, Lynn Maxfield, Kari Ragan (Feb 10, 2019)

NATS Chat - Motor Learning Part II: Focus Locus Hocus pocus. Lynn Helding, Lynn Maxfield, Kari Ragan, Peggy Baroody (Nov 12, 2019)

New York Singing Teachers Association (NYSTA): Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises with Dr. Ingo Titze

Sing Talk Radio, Episode 2: Dr. Ingo Titze and Ryan Luchuck

TEDxSaltLakeCity: Can’t We All Just Sing Along? Brian Manternach (Oct 7, 2016)

Women’s Health: Sex & Gender Research Conference. Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, Center for Excellence in Women’s Hearth, University of Utah. “Gender Differences in Speech Correlating Pulmonary Function with Symptoms of Vocal Fatigue among Occupational Voice Users.” Lynn Maxfield, Eric J. Hunter, Simone Graetzer, Catherine Mellum, Tyler Duraes (published Aug 4, 2015)

 

Podcasts

The Academic Minute  featured SVI faculty member, Lynn Helding, in which she discusses the history and importance of voice science and a definition and explanation of the field of vocology. (March 5, 2015)

BYU Speeches: Discovering Your Voice, Ingo Titze (Feb 24, 1998)

Every Sing Podcast with Nancy Bos, Episode 16: Dr. Ingo Titze, Voice Scientis‪t

The Modern Vocalist Podcast, The Influential Leaders of Voice Interview – Dr. Ingo Titze, leading Vocal Scientist (2012)

The Naked Vocalist podcast, Episode 20 - Ingo Titze Talks Basic Vocal Science | Belting | Vibrato (Oct 13, 2014)

Other Media

American Institute of Physics: Oral History Interviews, Ingo Titze, Brad Story (May 19, 2009)

Chicago Tribune, “Meet Pavarobotti,” by Phil Hersh (April 6, 1992)

isingmag, Dr Ingo Titze: Voice Science for Singers (Jan 9, 2019)

Mix it up Monday with Matthew Edwards: Straw phonation explained by the man who made it famous – Dr. Ingo Titze (Oct 30, 2017)

The Naked Vocalist: Episode 20 – Ingo Titze Talks Basic Vocal Science | Belting | Vibrato

Raise Your Voice! Blog, Tara Platt, Straw phonation: a great exercise to strengthen the vocal cords! (Dec 5, 2013)

Studio Voice - Dr. Brian Manternach, "Belting, Legit, and Mix...Oh My!" (Sept 9, 2018)

Studio Voice - Dr. Brian Manternach, "Titze's vocal warmups" (Sept 10, 2017)

Studio Voice - Dr. Brian Manternach, "Motivation: Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive" (March 21, 2021)

Voice of America, “Denver Boasts Center for Study of Human Voice” (Oct 30, 2009)

NATS Chat: What is a Mix? with Dr. Ingo Titze of the National Center for Voice and Speech (Oct 2, 2011)

Last Updated: 4/26/22