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Voice management

Voice coaching for interpreters

Conference Interpreters are professional voice users who face enormous challenges. Like actors and television presenters they must carry someone else's story convincingly enough to achieve the intended impact. Yet unlike other performers they have no preparation time and they must deliver to the audience while a large area of their attention is focused on interpreting the message and making appropriate linguistic choices.

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Lift up your voice

If you have worked on radio or the stage, and/or if your throat never feels strained after a long stretch at the microphone or in consecutive, if your voice never wavers or falters, if you never gasp for breath, if, in a word, you are completely relaxed at all times, then this article is not for you.

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