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The last 3 videos I’ve watched on Facebook Live today had no vocal variety at all. People seem to get into a set vocal pitch and it’s something we all have to work on.
I feel the way we hear vocal pitches from people on live video is backwards in real life from how we hear voice in a normal in-person, one-on-one conversation.
For example, if you and I were having a normal conversation on the phone or in person, I could have my voice low or even monotone and you would still think I’m being energetic. But, on live video, we need to use higher tones and move your voice around to show your listeners and viewers that you are enthusiastic about your topic.
When you use too many low tones, people leave from watching the video. So, practice some techniques to experiment with vocal range while you’re in your car. Expand your vocal range and bring those exercises to your live video.
Where Can You Practice Your Vocal Variety and Other Live Video Presentation Skills?
There are three main ways to practice your vocal variety for live video or on-stage presentation. You can join a Facebook group that encourages video, join an online Toastmasters club or start your own weekly live video presentation practice group.
But, you probably will not act on any of those options unless you fully realize how much live video contributes toward the growth of your business.
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