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Vital Tips on Voice Modulation

  • Be Loud and Clear without shouting. Don't let your voice creak while being loud.
  • Practise Variation. Variation in your tone can convey your expressions.
  • Stress on Powerful Words. You can take effective pauses, stress on a certain set of words, which will help your speech sound more interactive.
  • Create a Crowd-Pleasing Speech. Connect with the audience from the start. Use tools like humour, story and experiences to attract the crowd.
  • Effective pauses build curiosity in the minds of the people listening to you.
  • Avoid Ahs and Uhms. To avoid such fillers, practise speaking a lot.
  • Sound Enthusiastic and Confident.  Do not sound lousy, monotonous or use the same variation of tone in your speech. Display enthusiasm in your words.

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... in the initial one and a half minute to know whether they are going to listen to him/her any further or not.

This leaves you with a small time span in which you are supposed to grab the attention of the audience.

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Voice Modulation

It's when you are able to control your voice to the highs and lows and be able to make it a little more dramatic so that you catch the attention of the audience.

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You modulate your voice when you change pitch, like when your voice goes up at the end of a question. 
Just like with music, its rhythm and tone can convey a meaning that may be different than the literal interpretation of your words.

Being able to modulate your voice correctly is a powerful tool.

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Breathe

Whether you gasp or sigh, your listeners will notice the breath you take before you speak.

Focus on the exhale. Think about controlling your breath like taking a sip of air–the less air you have to hold, the less sound you’ll make when you breathe.

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Lesson 1: Practice, practice, practice

Leading up to the big speech at the end of the film, King George and his coach rehearsed over and over again–out loud!

You have to practice out loud to get a feel for how the words will flow so that you can speak without hesitation.

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