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How to use a microphone effectively.
A microphone is a tool.
Use your voice to engage your audience and make you sure they can understand and fell your message.
In order to convey meaning and emotion, experiment with volume, pitch and rhythm.
By Ángeles Quetzalli Sánchez Durán.
Do a sound check.
Set the right levels for the size of the room and the audience.
Find someone to act as tour audience.
For the purpose of evaluate sound and volume.
Know how the microphone works.
Know when the microphone is on or off.
If you start coughing or sneezing, turn off the mike or step away from it.
Before and after you speak, switch to the appropriate mode.
Stand with good posture.
Hold your head up and avoid looking down.
Make you sure that the air flows out smoothly as you speak.
To create sound, the vocal apparatus needs breath and space.
Don’t crow the mike.
Crowding the microphone will distort your posture and your voice.
If you get too close, the mike will amplify everything!
Every snap of your jaw, every click and hiss of the words you pronounce.
Check the microphone ahead of time.
To test the mike NEVER tap or blow into it.
Say something friendly when you check the mike.
Check the room and the equipment.
Don’t forget to check the room, the platform and the stage.