Exploring the vast sonic possibilities of your voice opens a door to communicative and expressive power way beyond language. In this talk, you’ll hear and see how to developp your our own abilities to flap, vibrate, resonate… and you might never be bored again.
Mal Webb, Bachelor of Education in Music, is a composer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumental peformer, whose broad exploration into the workings of the human voice has made him a favourite research subject (or “Guinea Pig”, if you will) for voice researchers the world over. He has performed in festival, schools and all kinds of venues for more than 30 years as a solo performer and with all manner of bands. He has composed for TV and theatre. He runs workshops on the science of sound and extended techniques for voice.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx