Tuesday, June 19, 2007

When there is no quiet, there can be no loud

Presentation Zen (a very interesting blog) had a great post recently...

They point out that "if there is no quiet, there can be no loud" and, as Toastmasters know, without vocal variety and well placed pauses, your speeches can be very "flat".

The post goes on to explain in more technical terms why this happens and they provide a video to show what happens when an audio file is "clipped" of the highs or the range. Very interesting!

Click the link below to read the post...


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