BY NICK BENNETT
- The 4Ps (pitch, pace, pause, projection)
- Getting familiar with the studio
Please read and become familiar with the Subject Guide.
Journalist and TV presenter Sian Jones discusses tone, pitch, pace, key words, and keeping it conversational:
And out of the mouths of babes: said when a child says something that surprises you because it seems very wise. Pace, emphasis, diction, tone and volume:
The diaphragm: a dome-shaped muscular partition separating the thorax from the abdomen in mammals. It plays a major role in breathing, as its contraction increases the volume of the thorax and so inflates the lungs.
Breathing: tips to avoid running out of breath and how to enhance projection with Vocal Power’s Earl Sky:
Studio tips: how to host a radio show with Jackie Green from WGRD 97.9:
- As a group, practise breathing and vocal exercises for 5 minutes.
- Then write 2-3 talk breaks for TAFE radio. Repeat warm-ups individually.
- Record your scripts in a conversational style (do not edit) and save as .mp3s.
- Start work on a 1-hour show rundown.
- Upload the work to the Student Weekly Tasks folder in the Google Drive.
Listen and get to know your radio station: