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 Microphone Training Classes Toronto
Looking for microphone training classes in the Toronto area?
Learn how to effectively use a microphone when engaging in public speaking by first checking out this video done by Earl Sky from Vocal Power.


Learning how to use a microphone effectively during your presentation is a tip to take into consideration when delivering a speech or engaging in public speaking. It's easier than you think, and it can really make a difference because it's not what you say, but how you say it. 

Microphone Training Classes Toronto
Microphone training classes Toronto
The workshops offered through Vocal Power focus on developing the following skills:
- speak with passion
- develop your vocal brand
- improve your public speaking skills
- improve your body language
- improve your voice quality
- develop your professional phone skills
- improve your interview skills
- deliver a great wedding speech
- pace your speech and much more.
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Vocal Power Public Speaking Tip: Use a microphone effectively during a Presentation.
"Hi there and welcome to Vocal Power.
I'm Earl Sky, and today I want to talk to you about how to use a microphone properly. Yes, microphones.
A lot of you are afraid of microphones, don't be!
How should you hold a microphone? 
You should hold it about an inch away from your mouth, kiss the mic. Well, almost kissing it. Don't hold it too far way from you, these mic's are not that sensitive. (The one's you might find in meeting halls, in meeting rooms, convention centres etc) So get on top of it. You want to be heard. 
Hold the mic in your other hand, not your dominant hand. 
I.e. if you're right-handed, hold it in your left and vice versa.
So you can use your dominant hand to illustrate your points. Bring your energy to the top. Otherwise, you'll being doing this (shaking it around in your hand) with the microphone. You don't want to do that.
There are two types of microphones you might encounter:
1. The handheld Microphone.
2. The Lapel Microphone (Lavalier Microphone)
When it comes to the lapel microphone, don't put it on your lapel gentlemen, or ladies on the lapel of your blouse. Put it in the centre, because when you are speaking and you turn your head to address a member of the audience, if your microphone is on the lapel, they will not be able to hear you. Keep it in the centre. 
Microphones will help your voice project, but you will still have to annunciate, you still have to breathe so you leave the right impression with your audience.
Remember, your message is really important. You have to speak with clarity, passion and authority. 
Until next time, I'm Earl Sky. Good Speaking"  
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great to know, thanks again
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last year
Thank you for your comments!
Level 4 (XP: 1150)
Agreed! Having the proper presentation skills and using the tools is very important!
Level 6 (XP: 2400)
2 years ago
There is nothing worse than having to sit through a presentation where the person presenting doesn't know how to use their microphone. The sound is awful and you end up not paying attention to what they are trying to present to you because you are too focused on the lousy sound. :P
Level 7 (XP: 2700)
2 years ago
Another very useful tip! I have seen so many different presentations where the person presenting has no idea how to use the microphone properly. It's a tool to help project the voice and connect with your audience...but still people don't know how to use it to their advantage. I think that public speaking is an art that everyone who works with the public or has to regularly do presentations should learn, definitely worth it to look into the public speaking workshops that Toronto has to offer.

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3 member reviews
    Thank you so much for helping me with my presentation anxiety!
    Very helpful site! Thanks Earl for helping others through public speaking workshops and information
    I always visit the Vocal Power website for public speaking tips and advice! Thanks Earl!

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