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    Voice Voice Presentation Transcript

    • TheVoice
    • VOICEThe production of sound
    • speech Combination of sounds
    • Quality The distinctive characteristic of the voice that makes it pleasant or unpleasant to hear Often referred as timbre or tone color Results from the weight exerted on the vocal chords by the resonators in the process of speaking
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD VOICE Clear Pleasant Varied Understandable Free from tension
    • ELEMENTS OF THE VOICE WHICH REFLECT MOOD: Quality Pitch Force or intensity rate
    • PITCH Location of the sound on the musical scale and is determined by the tension applied to the tone-producing mechanism – the vocal chords
    • IMPORTANT ASPECTS OFPITCH Key or general level of the voice– general pitch level Inflections– change in pitch occurring between syllables or words Melody patterns– rhythm and swing of your phrases and sentences
    • COMMON VOICE QUALITIESNORMAL BREATHY FULL CHESTY THIN• Speaking • Creating an • Also • Deep • High- naturally atmospher known as hollow pitched e of secrecy the voice as if showing• Showing and orotund or coming old-age, little or no mystery round from a extreme emotion mouth deep and fatigue or quality empty weakening • Formal and cave or even dignified extreme excitement
    • LOUDNESS OR INTENSITY Effect of sound on the ear Caused by the force of the expiratory air stream and the efficient use of the resonators, not by the constriction of the throat
    • DEGREE The amount of force applied so that in whispering only a low degree of force is used whereas in shouting, a high degree of force is applied
    • FORMS OF INTENSITY • Applied gradually but firmlyEFFUSIVE • Suggests deep but restrained feelings • Applied firmly but rapidlyEXPULSIVE • Suggests decisiveness, vigor and sincerity • Manner is in a sudden outburstEXPLOSIVE • Projects violence streaming from extreme anger, sudden fear and other strong emotions
    • VOLUME Degree of loudness
    • PROJECTION Process of directing the voice to a specific target
    • TARGET Particular direction to which you are aiming and addressing
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