Delphine Serra: The Emotional Side of Music

Some music is part poetry and part emotion. For Delphine Serra, a 17 year old singer, with a love for emotional lyrics and strong vocals, music is emotional and poetic. We interviewed Delphine recently about her music and aspirations.

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Anivocals: Growing Into Her Music

Some people are born with musical talent and have the natural ability to add depth and feeling to the music they perform. We recently sat down with Ani Mikaelian, a young singer who is already developing her music career.

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Lenea: Creating Music in Oslo

When you think of Norway, you may think of stunning fjords, dramatic green and blue landscapes or white, snow covered countryside. But Norway is also known for artistic creativity and great music. Norwegians, by law, are limited in the time they can work, so they have more free time than some other countries.

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Cady Groves: Sharing Her Voice

Cady Groves knows that hard work in the music world pays off. In our recent interview, she shared, “I’m walking proof that you can start with nothing and achieve your dreams…So never give up.” Her country-pop sound, as well as her spunky personality, has a lot of appeal.

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The Voice Cure: Voice Therapy

At HearMeOut, we love everything about voices. It amazes us how the voice alone can be so unique and different yet so connecting at the same time. Here are some incredible facts about voices:

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The Top 5 Tips For Your Thanksgiving Table

Placed between Halloween and Christmas, we are now enjoying America’s biggest occasion for arguments, Thanksgiving! A day which by definition should spark many arguments. Thanksgiving, after all, is on different days in different countries with even America and Canada not celebrating on the same day. Debates on why we celebrate, who celebrated it first, and how should we celebrate seem to be endless.

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Why Voice Platforms Are Here To Stay

The last three decades or so have been remarkable in terms of technology. Things that were considered imaginary in the late 80’s, like light-weight computers and mobile phones, are so common nowadays that most of us can’t even understand how life went on before.
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Voices Bring People Together – It’s a Fact!

Human beings are social creatures. Social interactions are necessary for our well-being as humans. Studies show that people who have been isolated from society for long periods of time have shown a significant cognitive decline.

Studies also show that the younger generation mainly interacts with each other by written words and emojis, through social networking and instant messaging.

Does nonverbal communication give us the same benefits of interactions with other people using our voices?
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