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1. Expand Your Vocal Potential at Private Voice Lessons or Online Coaching
April 10, 2018

People come to Los Angeles seeking their fortunes, many as actors or musicians. But there are some artists and creative people who make their fortunes without ever stepping onto a stage or in front of a camera. You never see them, but they’re just as ambitious as the ones you do. They are the voice artists. As in any profession, the best training for voice artists, whether actors, singers, announcers, or narrators, is a must. For the ambitious newcomer to Los Angeles hoping to be a singer, that means finding a vocal coach in Los Angeles. It’s relevant to ask how a voice teacher differs fr... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

2. Salient Features of Soft Switch Technology
March 23, 2018

Soft switch is a technology which is used to protect you software system from any kind of failure. It is the technology that is used as Voice over Internet Protocol. Here is a brief description of soft switch which will elaborate its reliability to the readers. Soft switch is implemented to handle the IP traffic in form of both audio and video and it does so by connecting the PSTN to IP network and bridges the gap between PSTN and VoIP. It is a flexible kind of technology which issued switch is a software based switching platform. Soft switch is a way to make an interruption free connection ... (read more)

Author: Haq Nawaz

3. Revolutionary Transgender Voice Training Offered to Trans Individuals
January 21, 2017

Because the voice is an important aspect of one’s expression, transgender voice training is crucial for trans individuals who do not believe their current voice properly represents their true gender identity. While transgender voice training can be completed at home with popular mobile apps, TG Voice Therapy’s pioneering techniques and expertise accelerates and eases the process for their clients. Additionally, those who seek out the help of a professional speech therapist report better results than those who use at-home methods alone. Particularly for transgender women, the transgender... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. TG Voice Therapy Helps Clients Transform Their Voices with Transgender Voice Training
December 31, 2016

The experts at TG Voice Therapy provide treatment plans that are created based on the needs of each transgender individual. The therapists at TG Voice Therapy understand the importance of transgender voice training and are committed to making a difference in each of their client’s lives. The environment created by the specialists is inviting and accepting when providing the tools their clients need for transgender voice training. Their mission is to facilitate the lives of clients who are currently undergoing transition. TG Voice Therapy provides services that are highly recognized... (read more)

Author: John Doe

5. Trusted Transgender Voice Training Offered by TG Voice Therapy
September 16, 2016

TG Voice Therapy specializes in transgender voice training . Their treatment plans are personalized for each client, this allows them to provide proven results every time. Each of the speech therapists at this business are carefully and thoroughly trained to provide the best possible care for their transgender clients. Voice therapy is an important tool for transgender individuals who are in the transition process. The services provided by TG Voice Therapy help transgender people feel more comfortable in their new gender as the voice is an important part of who we are as people. Their t... (read more)

Author: John Doe

6. HR and e-Learning: Real-time Voice Translation for Languages, the Deaf, and Deaf-Blind
February 26, 2016

Translate Your World International (“Tywi”), developers of multilingual communication technology, launches its newest real-time voice translation software for multi-language conversation and employee training. With Tywi, HR professionals can hold meetings with employees of other languages, and facilitators can provide training and webinars for people of other tongues. The same software opens communication with the deaf and generates braille for the deaf-blind. How does it work? Just go to a webpage and talk. What you say is automatically translated, then instantly heard as a translat... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. Webinar On Meeting Management: Making Meetings Work
September 01, 2015

Overview: Ask managers what part of their job they find most taxing and tedious and the answer is sure to come in a loud and unanimous voice - Meetings. Too many, too often with too few results. Nothing seemed to get accomplished; the agenda was unclear; people were late…or didn't even show up. Let's face it. Meetings have a bad reputation; They are time wasters. The best you can hope for is to get through them. Right? It doesn't have to be that way. If the meetings you manage are not working, you can fix them. But only if you understand what it takes to make a meeting work. Learn how to... (read more)

Author: TrainHR Webinars

8. Does Your Voice Do You Justice?
January 08, 2015

When you try to balance the scales regarding how others perceive you, there is no doubt that your visual image has the most weight. Your content or verbal image has the least. The one aspect of your image which is often ignored is how you sound. Your vocal image accounts for more than a third of the overall image you project; and, that sound is what you hear on your voicemail or some other form of recording equipment – not the voice you hear in your head. Whenever I address an audience, I always ask them if they believe that their image has an impact on their business. Of course, ever... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

9. Just How Good Is Your Diction?
October 27, 2014

Voice Training website. ">While it is true that most people do not like to hear themselves on recording equipment because they do not like or recognize the sound of their speaking voice, there is another group of people who are also surprised by their lack of clear diction. And it does not just happen to those in which English is not their first language. It happens to those in which English is their native tongue. Being able to speak the language of the country in which you are living is very important. Being understood when you speak the language of the country in which you are ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

10. Public Speaking: Is there One Correct Speed for Everyone?
September 09, 2014

Absolutely not. Some people talk a bit slower; others a bit faster. However, there is a general rate of speed which everyone should fall within. This rate of speed lies somewhere between 140 and 180 words per minute. Whether you are on the podium or just in conversation, your listeners will have difficulty keeping up with you if you speak too quickly. On the other hand, a speed which is too slow will either put your audience to sleep or move them in the direction of their iPhones. To test your rate of speech, read the following paragraphs out loud with a timer. Set it for 1 minu... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

11. How Voice Training Improves Your Diction
August 19, 2014

When I first started my voice business, my husband remarked that he did not understand what my clients were saying in their ‘before’ recording. He was, however, able to understand everyone in their ‘after’ clips. Why were my clients speaking more clearly in their ‘after’ recording? While I will certainly help someone with his/or her enunciation if there is an obvious problem, accent reduction is not my specialty. As a voice coach, I teach others how to improve the sound of the speaking voice by using their chest cavity as their primary sounding board. Most likely you are not aware ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

12. What Is Your Reaction When You Hear Yourself on a Recording?
August 19, 2014

One of the most interesting comments I have heard from my clients was a man who said that he really loved the sound of his voice but he didn’t like how he sounded on recording equipment. What this man did not understand was that the way he hears himself in his head is not his true sound. And it is definitely not how everyone else hears him. Most people do not like their voice on recording equipment for two reasons: 1. they don’t recognize what they hear; and, 2. the pitch of their voice sounds higher on the recording equipment than how they ‘think’ they sound; If you have ever ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

13. Losing Your Voice in the Club Scene?
August 05, 2014

Does this sound familiar? You go to a loud club and your friends tell you that they can’t hear you even though you’ve been talking in a louder voice. Your throat feels raw and sore or perhaps you have lost your voice after an hour or two of straining to be heard. What you are experiencing is vocal abuse. You’ve been pushing your voice, which is not only straining your vocal cords and throat, but is not being heard in the process. This is tiring, frustrating and can lead to permanent damage. Your friends don’t have this problem so why do you? Your vocal cords are as individual to... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

14. Does Your Voice Complete Your Professional Image Or Detract From It?
July 29, 2014

As a people, we are concerned about the image we project. Certainly in business we want to project a professional image. Does your speaking voice complete that image or does it detract? By the way, I’m not talking about the voice you hear in your head. I’m referring to the sound you hear on your voicemail – the sound by which everyone else recognizes you. If you are soft-spoken, for example, the image you are projecting is one of insecurity or weakness or diffidence. By learning to increase your volume to a normal level of sound, that image – which may have been 'screaming' lack of c... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

15. Your Speaking Voice: One Heck of a Powerful Tool!
July 14, 2014

Are you aware of how powerful a tool you could have in your speaking voice? Think about those voices which make you stop and listen. When you hear the likes of Diane Sawyer, James Earl Jones, Kathleen Turner, George Clooney, Morgan Freeman, and Felicia Rashad, you are drawn to listen. These voices grab your attention because they have depth and breadth – they are warm, rich, deep, and resonant. What is remarkable about your own speaking voice is that it is just as individual to you as are your fingerprints. While two voices may be very similar, they are not exactly the same. What is ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

16. Best Voice Warm Up Tips for Singers
April 16, 2014

As a professional singer, you may have experienced moments when you feel like the control you have over your voice has disappeared. Proper voice warm ups are an essential part to decreasing the likelihood of such issues. Each singer should be aware of several warm up essentials. Here are three of the most important ones. 1. It is NOT All about Breathing Having control over your air flow will also keep you in control of your voice. This is only one of the most important voice training for singing rules, it is not however the be all and end all of singing and is sometimes well over pre... (read more)

Author: Mark Villarosa

17. The Best Way to Care for Your Voice
April 14, 2014

Did you know that your vocal cords are an organ? And, just as the other organs in your body need good nutrition, plenty of sleep, and the avoidance of smoking and drugs, your vocal cords do as well. Consisting of two small bands of muscle, the cords were previously thought to act like the strings of a guitar or piano – hence their name. With the advent of a video camera which could fit down the throat, however, it was discovered that the cords functioned more like puffs of tissue, rapidly opening and closing. This is why many refer to them as vocal folds. Whatever you want to ca... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

18. 3 Steps for a More Mature-Sounding Voice
April 01, 2014

The number of adult voices I hear which sound like teenagers, preteens, or younger still is astounding. Add the familiar Valley Girl sound to the picture and you have an image which does not project maturity. I am not talking about sounding old. I am talking about a voice which you would call ageless. If you were to phone me and did not know how old I was, you would be unable to tell if I was 25 or 75. Because my voice has had training and I have taken the stress or the pressure away from my throat and vocal cords, my voice is not aging as quickly as those whose voices have not had ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

19. How to kick start your career with CompTIA Certifications
March 31, 2014

CompTIA treats itself as the voice of the Information Technology of the world and is one of the reputed and important companies in the world. It stands as a global company that is intended to advance the companies and IT professionals in terms of their global interests. Apart from the certification, it also focuses on the advocacy, education and philanthropy. The aspirants, who want to prove themselves in the IT industry with their talent in computers and corresponding technical and professional skills, see certifications offered and provided as an important kick start tool for their IT... (read more)

Author: jason gonce

20. If You're Constantly Asked to Repeat Yourself, Is It Because Your Diction Is Not Clear?
March 18, 2014

If others ask you to repeat yourself – a lot – is it because your diction is not clear? Too often, those who are asked to repeat themselves are not being understood because of unclear or indistinct articulation or diction. There are certainly several other reasons we are asked that timeless question, “What did you say?” It could be that you are soft-spoken or perhaps you mumble or it could even be that you talk too fast. My focus here, however, is to discuss the lack of good diction. And, I am not just referring to those in which English is not their 1st language. There are many... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

21. Public Speaking: How to Be Persuasive Without Being Overbearing
February 18, 2014

The reasons for public speaking are many and varied. Valedictorians deliver graduation speeches. Politicians address audiences for their votes. Best men toast grooms. College students are required to give speeches as part of their communications courses. The list goes on and on. Some of these types of speaking engagements are informative; others are persuasive in nature. Those who seek a career in public speaking give presentations in order to sell something. These types of presentations are most definitely persuasive. So how do you move your audience to take action witho... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

22. Keep Your Accent - Just Learn to Speak More Clearly
February 14, 2014

With the world becoming a huge melting pot, we are hearing accents wherever we go and whatever we listen to. This article is not about getting rid of your accent. Accents are part of what makes you, you. I would never advocate trying to eliminate it. The only problem with an accent or even a dialect is when your speech is unintelligible. Life is fast today; business moves in great haste; and being understood the 1st time you say it is more important than ever if you expect to succeed professionally and personally. Your goal should be to learn to speak more clearly. Whether it is... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

23. How Voice Training Improves the Soft-Spoken Voice
February 04, 2014

‘What did you say?’ How many times do others ask you those four simple words? Frustrating, isn’t it? If you are tired of constantly repeating yourself or having others ask you to repeat yourself, don’t you think it is time that you did something about it? Your volume is not something that will improve with age. Keep in mind that your ‘inner ear,’ which is how you hear yourself in your head, is most comfortable at the volume level you have been using throughout your life. One of your first steps is to record a professional voice from the radio or TV and then record your own voice ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

24. Don't Push Your Voice - Empower It!
January 07, 2014

One of the difficulties people have with their speaking voice is that they have no control over it. They push hard from their throat and vocal cords to speak instead of allowing their sound to be powered by their chest cavity. And the difference between these two practices can be quite extreme. When you speak, your voice should be resonated in 5 cavities: the chest, larynx (voice box), pharynx (throat), mouth and nasal cavities. For most people, however, there is no chest resonance because their sound formulates in the larynx and pharynx and then follows through in the mouth and nos... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

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