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Interactive Training Videos with Mylena Vocal Coach

Interactive Training Videos with Mylena Vocal Coach

Mylena has released numerous interviews and TV training videos over the years, and now she is releasing a brand new and exclusive series of Videos over Youtube and Patreon.

Mylena Vocal Coach training videos are not cheesy, they dig right into the session and they deliver exactly what people ask: a solid training that the audience can value and take home.

Each Video has a clear goal in mind, and as Mylena has the experience to know what her students need more to focus to improve in a short period of time, she teaches her viewers how to reach a specific goal with proper training, and without any time wasted.

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What we can learn from Robin Williams’s Inborn Voice to improve our acting and our everyday life

What we can learn from Robin Williams’s Inborn Voice to improve our acting and our everyday life

I have just started a new adventure of mine. I’ve decided to share some of my personal knowledge related to voice training and vocal coaching in a new series of videos: “What we can learn from”. I hope you will enjoy it as much as me!

When I started this project I wasn’t aware of the HUGE amount of work involved in creating a video, but now I’m committed and I plan to release a new video every week. At present time all my new Vocal Coaching videos will be released for Patreon supporters only and they will be in English!
If you would like to enjoy the full video without being one of my patrons, you will have to subscribe to my Mylena Vocal Coach Youtube Channel and activate the little bell to be among the first to know when they will be released. At some point I will release them also for free. I will earlier release the video over my Vocal Coaching App for IPhone and IPad so I suggest you download it right away!

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Is it possible to translate between words and emotions?

Is it possible to translate between words and emotions?

The most common question I’m asked, either in person or via email, is “I don’t understand what Inborn Voice is,” or “What’s the difference between Inborn Voice and the traditional vocal Coaching?

The simplest and most understandable answer is “Try to believe”. In fact, it only takes one session to understand how effective and different the Inborn Voice method is from what we are used to.

You will all have heard or spoken languages such as Italian, French or Spanish. I could also make the comparison with languages further away from ours, such as Japanese, but I think it is appropriate to consider Spanish as is the most widely spoken language in the world.

The words we use to describe an object, a situation or an emotion are “containers”, more or less precise, of an idea that is born and lives inside us.

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5 tips for talking wearing a medical mask

5 tips for talking wearing a medical mask

Even if on television we continue to see press conferences and interviews of people who do not wear protective medical masks, which, let’s recall it, are more a defensive barrier not to infect others than to prevent our contagion, anyone who has worn one will have immediately realized that he or she has problems breathing, talking and, above all, making himself or herself understood.

Among the hundreds of emails I receive daily, lately I receive more and more from people who find it difficult to talk and be understood through a medical or surgical mask. Clearly if you use a gas mask, speech becomes even more complicated. Don’t be fooled by Hollywood movies, fiction is always far from reality.

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The gestural communication in the era of the Corona Virus

The gestural communication in the era of the Corona Virus

When I work on the voice of people trying to improve their socio-economic position, I often find myself pointing out things and teaching behaviours that should be far from us as evolved human beings.

If you look carefully at people who have “deserved” and not “got” some kind of personal affirmation in their professional or social life, it will be easy to notice differences with a normal person. Substantial differences are not related to a sophisticated way of using their voice, an elegant dress or a plethora of “followers”. In fact, all these elements can be added, constructed or even purchased. One should observe carefully to note that the differences are not added elements, but removed elements.

Many of my clients, professionals, entrepreneurs, CEOs, but also actors and singers, come to me after attending some kind of vocal training, from diction to acting, from presentation to public speaking, which is a pretext to teach them, or to add, something more.

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