One Voice can change the world with Tina Bangel

Tina Bangel is a Vocal Coach, Singer and Songwriter. One Voice can change the world was created to share inspiring stories from people making a difference in the music industry and in the world today. Incredible Voices who will give you the tools & tips to help you become a performer you will be proud of. Helping you take your lifestyle and music business to the next level.
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Jun 24, 2015

Karly Nimmo is the host of very popular business podcast Karlosophies

After a seriously bad haircut (a ‘frullet’) from an evil hairdresser who, after revealing his disaster, dared to mutter the words ‘There! Now you have the perfect head for radio!’, Karly decided she was far too attractive to continue in radio land. It was time for a change. While her stunning looks made her an obvious choice for a life in front of the camera, her nous for business, warm vocal abilities, terrible haircut and emotionally scarring from said hairdresser, led her straight to the recording booth.

She has voiced, and co-ordinated projects for big names… like Telstra, NAB, Panasonic, Sensis, McAfee, Jims, Ebay and Brambles. In addition, Karly has narrated a 26 part television series, can be heard in schools Australia wide via electronic whiteboards and has played many a character in children’s software programs. Her friendly, unpatronising and well rounded sound makes her ideal for learning – at both an adult and children’s level.


While her once hideous hair cut is these days just a distant memory, the emotional scarring remains… she is destined to be behind the mic (and behind the business) and, thankfully, that is where she’ll remain.


It's difficult to put someone like Karly Nimmo into just one box.  At her very core, Karly is a connector, communicator and creator.  She also wears hats as a small business mentor, mastermind facilitator, voice over artist and agent, keen podcaster and writer, but above all, a devoted and loving mother. Oh and she's funny as all hell.  


We chat about:


1. How she got started as a voice over artist

2. How she prepares for her Voice over work?

3. Who are her mentors and who she draws inspiration from? 

4. How to create a portable sound booth

5. Advice would you give to someone who is looking into using their voice as a career. 



Karly’s tips to becoming a Voice over Artist


1.     Try getting experience on community Radio

2.     Be proactive Source work

3.     Access to a studio

4.     Have equipment

5.     Be available

6.     Be committed and consistent




1.     Blue Yeti

2.     USB mic – that Plugs and Plays

3.     Software – Garageband,  Audacity is free thank can edit

4.     Space – acoustic form room

Anything to soften the space even your wardrobe

5.     Pop filter

6.     Headphones – anything that’s closed, be aware of

7.     Portabooth – IKEA boxes lined with mattress foam


You can connect with Karly at :


Websites and Rescources


Lewis Howes - The School of Greatness


Johnathon Fields – The good life project


Kassandra Bibas - She runs the show


B-school -With Marie Forleo


Jun 9, 2015

A voice that truly change my world! It's a great honour to have Elly Oh on my Podcast.  Because of Elly's resourcefulness I am so fortunate to see the Dalai Lama with her.  She will have the honour to sing for his holiness during his visit here in Sydney.  How did she get the gig?  She asked!!! She offered her services as a gift so she can meet his holiness and in return was offered two free tickets to the event. What a lifetime experience and also an opportunity to share your gift with one of the most respected people on earth.  That is something money cannot buy.

Elly is one of the most resourceful singer I know.  She is not afraid to go after what she wants and helps create opportunities around her.


Born in South Korea, Elly Oh has been in the music industry for over 10 years. She first discovered her passion for music when she was 18 years old after volunteering to sing to an old patient at the hospital where the nurse thought Elly had an amazing voice. After studying Bachelor of Opera at the University of Hanyang in South Korea, Elly moved to Italy to pursue her opera career and complete a diploma of Opera.

Elly has performed at various Opera events including places in Italy, Korea and also in Sydney. She has won various awards for her Opera abilities including first prize in the McDonalds Opera competition (World Song).

After moving to Sydney, Australia Elly has changed her vocal style to pop as she enjoyed the upbeat music. She is currently teaching students to sing in a private studio based on her Opera techniques as well as performing the occasional special event.

In May 2014, Elly appeared on the Voice Australia 2014 where she blew away 4 coaches within 5 secs of her blind audition with her powerful rendition of Jessie J's "Mama Knows Best". During the Battle Rounds she continued to wow Australia and the world (alongside her mentor and coach Ricky Martin) with her Opera voice and was clearly the early favourite to win the Voice Australia 2014.

Moving to Sydney only 5 years ago, knowing very little English, Elly found the courage and motivation to audition on national television for The Voice Australia 2014, placing her in the Top 12 out of 8000 plus auditions and is now considered one of Australia’s lovable artist.

Inspired by Elly's determination I have come up with 10 ways to be a resourceful singer to land better gigs and opportunities.

I am assuming you are a wonderful singer already!

You can visit the blog to read the full tips:

You can connect withh Elly :

Do you have a clever tip on how to get better gigs and opportunities? Share it in the comments below.

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