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YOUR BOOK ROCKS MY WORLD! I’ve been in voiceover for 20 years and back when I was in training, they never taught some of the things you point out here – THANK YOU.” Brian Haymond, TheVoiceofBrian.com

“Ann is the best voice coach in the country.” Elliott Wiser, Vice President of News, Bright House Networks

“I was looking for a fast, reliable way to jump my podcast to the next level, and I found it in Ann Utterback’s book and mp3′s. If you want to do a better job, but can’t invest more time, Ann’s tips and techniques will make a huge difference quickly.” Bob Walsh, The Startup Success Podcast http://startupsuccesspodcast.com

How I Can Help You Improve Your Voice:

Book

* Instantly download BROADCAST VOICE HANDBOOK–the book that has helped thousands of broadcasters & will improve your voice today.

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* Try the free MP3 download where Dr. Utterback leads you through exercises to help your voice.

*  Download additional voice exercise MP3′s for just $9.99.

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*  Gain helpful tips every week in my blog.  Check out the latest blog.

 

 

 

 

 

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Dave Cupp April 5, 2011 at 11:22 am

The new site looks great, Ann!
Congratulations!
Dave

Ann S. Utterback, Ph.D. April 5, 2011 at 1:17 pm

Thanks, Dave. I’m hoping readers will find this site visually appealing and informative!

Terry Anzur June 18, 2012 at 9:51 am

Hi Ann,
I’m a TV talent coach who has a client with a seriously nasal voice. We’ve been working on breathing and bringing down the volume, but it hasn’t helped. She needs more specialized voice coaching. Do you know of anyone who can help? I’m a huge fan of your work and quoted both you and Dave Cupp in my book, “Power Performance.”
Thanks, Terry

Ann S. Utterback, Ph.D. June 18, 2012 at 2:41 pm

Terry–How nice to hear from you! Thanks so much for complimenting my work. I’m glad you’ve found it helpful. I’ll add your name to my email list if it’s not already there so you’ll get a notice about new Voice Updates. Also, “Like” my facebook page for weekly tips at https://www.facebook.com/AnnSUtterbackPhdBroadcastVoiceSpecialist

Now, about the nasality. I always send clients to a licensed speech pathologist to work on nasality if it’s severe. I have never felt qualified to tackle something that difficult. Also, I tell clients that they will improve twice as fast working with a speech pathologist because they have the computer programs, etc., to facilitate the training. The one caveat is that they need to explain that their nasality might be considered “slight” in someone who is not on the air daily. Often I’ve had clients say the speech pathologist dismissed them because their problem was not as severe as what they are trained to handle.

Hope this helps and thanks again for your kind comments. Good luck with your future training!
Ann U.

Emma Haight June 14, 2013 at 1:16 pm

Hi Ann

How do I download the book?

Many thanks and have a great weekend
Emma

Ann S. Utterback, Ph.D. June 14, 2013 at 2:18 pm

Emma–If you go to the Voice Handbook tab above on my website, you will see how to download the book. Thanks. Ann

Gerald Owens November 20, 2013 at 9:45 pm

Hi Ann, you probably don’t remember me, but I was a client of yours through WUSA’s Reporter Trainee program in the early 90′s. I now work at WRAL TV in Raleigh, where I anchor the 5:30, 10 and 11:00 newscasts. I have a colleague who is interested in improving her voice, in order to take a stab at some on air work. Right now, she is off air. What would be your recommendation to her? Thanks, and I hope you’re doing well.
Gerald

Ann S. Utterback, Ph.D. November 23, 2013 at 5:45 pm

Gerald–Of course I remember you! It is so good to hear from you again. Why don’t you email me so I can reply to your request. My email is OnlineVoiceCoaching@comcast.net. Thanks. Ann

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