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Acting : Nice alternatice to exercising with a cork for VO enunciation by Carl Welden

Carl Welden

Nice alternatice to exercising with a cork for VO enunciation

There are loads of tips and tricks for voice work, but not a lot of "tools" (as in actual devices). If you've ever held a cork in your teeth to improve enunciation, this seems like a better route. What do you think? I'd be willing to give it a try. http://www.voiceovertimes.com/2014/07/11/daniel-floyds-speechmasterpro-a...

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Dana Hurley

I personally haven't tried the cork since my coaches have all told me I can tend to enunciate too much! However, this does look much more ergonomically helpful, despite corks being plentiful in my household.

Carl Welden

I've spoken to a friend who is a school speech therapist and I'm trying to get her to look into making a bulk order on my behalf. I'd like to experiment with it and have a few spares to give to some if my VO colleagues. It would certainly be nice to do warm-ups without getting bits of cork in your mouth!

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