You make a “C” with your fingers in front of your mouth. Don’t try to make the sound more difficult than it needs to be. If you have a high voice, you can make the sound by breathing out, not through your mouth. It’s really just about breathing. Make a mental checklist of your vocal training and practicing and then go from there. Try to see what you can improve on or at least try to do more than what your instructors and friends are able to.
There are some good resources like www.voiceless.ch for further information and exercises. My own training includes these, but there are still plenty of free things like youtube.com/user/voiceless and my training site which includes some voice training videos. It also includes the VOICE.ORG online video training section. You can also check out VOICE.ORG’s website www.voiceless.ch/ to learn more of the voice and technique. Then check out www.VOICE.ORG’s website www.voiceless.org to learn more about what the voice sounds like. The most important thing is to practice. And when you do, your voice will be amazing.
I hope this helps! Here are some more resources on Voice Training:
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A little over one year ago, the first ever Bitcoin Conference was held in San Francisco. As a Bitcoin enthusiast, I was thrilled about the opportunity that the conference offered me to share my knowledge with hundreds of tech and Bitcoin enthusiasts. Unfortunately I got a surprise.
The conference was not free and I had to fork out $100 to get inside. There was also an entry fee to get your picture taken with the Bitcoin founders. There is only one image that I want to share here.
I know I won’t win any awards and I won’t even receive any bitcoin. But I’m happy I got to learn from the best. With all that money, I never expected to get a chance to meet the founders and learn more about bitcoin and Ethereum.
The whole event was amazing. From the best seats in the house to the floor seats, we had an open discussion on the future, technology as well as the challenges ahead. But, more than anything, the most surprising part was the community that attended the conference.