Seven tips for using your microphone effectively

People who aren’t used to speaking, and even some who are, seem terrified of microphones. Others don’t respect them enough (a client told me about one of her people who wound up with chewing gum stuck to a stage microphone!). They’re tools. That’s all they are. But they are good tools, especially when used properly.

Here are some things to remember when you’re speaking with a microphone. Continue reading “Seven tips for using your microphone effectively”

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Writing for audio gives speech insights

Producers of audio material (for example, educational or motivational CDs) have a writing task not unlike that faced by speakers. They seek to prepare for the delivery of solid information in a conversational manner. Because of that, Brian Clark’s post concerning “Four Copywriting Techniques for Engaging Podcasts and Audio Presentations” comprises useful ways of thinking about a speech and “writing” it.

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