This chapter in our book describes how you use your voice during the day for simultaneous interpretation, consecutive interpretation or chuchotage. Your voice needs to wake up in the morning, and you may chose to do cool down exercises as well. there are also additional considerations we describe. If you exercise your voice and take good care of it, it should not fail you!
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Vocal Warm-up Exercises (Cyril Flerov)
Do not speak directly into the microphone, here is why…
Microphone Proximity Effect
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