Sound Your Best
Compel your audiences by implementing techniques for a richer and more dynamic voice
WHAT TO EXPECT
- WHY YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT
What is a pleasant voice, and how can we make our voices more appealing to others? What effect do our voices have on our audiences?
- VOCAL MECHANICS
Participants explore how vocal sound is produced. Linda presents the speaking apparatus, and the 3 parts to sound projection, including bad habits and how to combat them.
- DISCUSSION & GROUP EXERCISES
All attendees will jump in and practice tasks like: projecting their voices, articulating vowels and consonants, utilizing their breath, and caring for their voices on a day-to-day basis.
- PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Linda will conduct an interactive review of the key elements to sound projection, the importance of breath, and articulating vowels and consonants.
Required from you: A blackboard/whiteboard, and theatre-style seating with enough free space for participants to do physical exercises.