“That separation of your home life just doesn’t exist now. Your kid is in the room with you. The baby’s on your lap while we’re doing this work…. …You can’t curl up in a ball under a bed spread, you can’t breathe that way you can’t make sound that way.”
What kind of vocal tips does Jessica give to people like Ari Shapiro, Mary Louis Kelly, or Sylvia Poggioli? What’s in a voice anyway? Does the way we make the sound of our voice really convey what we think it does?
Bob Ross’ voice is discussed, as well as the phenomenon of “vocal fry,” that lowest register (tone) of the voice characterized by its deep, creaky, breathy sound.
“I think it goes back to Paris Hilton, ‘That’s hot.'”