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Teredia
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01 Jun 2012, 8:13 am

I am at the point where i want to learn how to modulate my voice.
People are always telling me im yelling when im excited, even though to me i am not.
because i have been told this so much i really try hard to modulate my voice but im still seeming to fail.

So... Any tips?

Oh and im not one of those monotone aspies when i speek, because i am singer i do have different depth and variations in my speech which ive learnt to do because of singing.. but still can't modulate.



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01 Jun 2012, 8:24 am

I'm likely not a very good modulator of the voice myself, so I found these links for you: http://www.voiceartistes.com/article4.html.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_voice#Voice_modulation_in_spoken_language
Google has plenty more resources.
Best of luck in your endeavor!



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01 Jun 2012, 8:25 am

My only tip would be to listen hard to conversations and try to pick up on how people are modulating their voice in relation to the context of the conversation and such. Mimicing may work better for you. Personally, I have weird voice modulation. Occasional problems with volume control. Also, sometimes I sound really relaxed, others I sound pretty choppy and just weird.



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01 Jun 2012, 11:17 am

WerewolfPoet wrote:
I'm likely not a very good modulator of the voice myself, so I found these links for you: http://www.voiceartistes.com/article4.html.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_voice#Voice_modulation_in_spoken_language
Google has plenty more resources.
Best of luck in your endeavor!


Thank you, i never thought to check google ^-^ and i will check the links out, thank you =)



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01 Jun 2012, 11:18 am

Atomsk wrote:
My only tip would be to listen hard to conversations and try to pick up on how people are modulating their voice in relation to the context of the conversation and such. Mimicing may work better for you. Personally, I have weird voice modulation. Occasional problems with volume control. Also, sometimes I sound really relaxed, others I sound pretty choppy and just weird.


Yeah i do try mimicing if im not careful i start talking just like the person im trying to mimic, n almost use their accent also O.O