My first week I have to admit was pretty boring!!!! just alot of breathing excercises and learning how to develop your tone. For voice writing we have to keep our voices inaudible and very monotone(robotic like) really weird when you play it back. I caught on naturally, they say I have found my calling.(smile)

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Comment by Malinda on January 22, 2009 at 8:03
Thank You!!!!! Well I don't really talk loud(LOL) I am generally a soft spoken person so I guess it was heaven sent but at first I used to speak REALLY low and they would be like "oh, your're whispering".(LOL) but after the first week or so had gotten it under control.
Comment by Katiana Ball on January 22, 2009 at 5:56
omg. i talk so loud. i'm gonna stick to steno. gl to u
Comment by Malinda on January 22, 2009 at 5:04
I am definately going to keep everyone updated on my progress.....so far I am ended my third week of training and we have REALLY focused on breathing and remaining "inaudible" they say in order to pass the state board they have to be able to stand 3 feet away from you and not be able to hear you talking!!!!!!!! I was like "wow". it was hard at first because I would get nervous when people would walk up behind me but now it doesnt bother me.
Comment by Katiana Ball on January 14, 2009 at 11:12
your calling. hahaha. you are a natural my dear! I had no idea that breathing was a major portion of voice writing or even tone. I should have known!
So is there any "theory"?
Comment by Kyung on January 14, 2009 at 9:40
Are you going to be writing about your training? If you are, thanks. I'm a machine writer and I'm very curious about voice writing. I will read your blogs w/interest to learn a little bit more about the training program and everything. Good luck!!

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