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Your Voice Affects Your Mood

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Posted March 9, 2016

iLs Clinical Director, Ron Minson, MD, speaks with voice coach and Grammy-award-winning vocalist Darlene Koldenhoven. They discuss the connection between vocal emotion and mood, her work with singers and speakers to improve both their vocal quality and self-confidence, and incorporating the VoicePro in her coaching.

Listen to audio samples where the emotion of the speaker has been changed, and even download the tool to manipulate your own voice’s emotions. Read the research study.

The VoicePro™ is an exciting and unique tool designed to help children and adults improve various reading and auditory processing skills such as phonemic awareness, memory, speed of processing, as well as auditory figure ground and dichotic listening for speech therapists. As we’ve learned from Dr. Minson’s conversation with Ms. Koldenhoven, it can also be used to help improve articulation, vocal quality and even the mood and energy of the speaker.

To learn more about Darlene Koldenhoven, visit her website. There you can find information about Tune Your Voice, upcoming “Wellness with Sound and Voice” workshops, concerts and CDs full of music made to improve your mood as well as your instrument – the voice. You can also sign up for her mailing list to learn of upcoming appearances.

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