Voice Protocol Instructions

Voice Protocol Instructions - 12. Press space bar to stop...

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Voice Protocol Instructions Readings 1. Open Multi-Speech program 2. Go to Options:Capture. ..change capture time to 30 seconds 3. Test sound levels 4. Press F12 to start recording first paragraph 5. Press Space bar to stop recording 6. Save file in proper folder with name R1 7. Press F12 to start recording second paragraph 8. Press Space bar to stop recording 9. Save file in proper folder with name R2 Vowel Chain (still in Multi-Speech) 1. Reset levels on mixer to singing levels 2. Give student a low pitch 3. Press F12 to record vowel chain (i e a o u) 2 times consecutively 4. Press space bar to stop recording 5. Save file in proper folder with name VCL 6. Give student medium pitch 7. Press F12 to record vowel chain 8. Press space bar to stop recording 9. Save file in proper folder with name VCM 10. Give student high pitch 11. Press F12 to record vowel chain
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Press space bar to stop recording 13. Save file in proper folder with name VCH Scale patterns (still in Multi-Speech) 1. Give students a C, demonstrate 5 note ascending and descending scale on [i] and [o] 2. Press F12 to record lower scale on [i] and [o] 3. Press space bar to stop recording 4 Save file in proper folder with name SPL 5. Give students an A or G, demonstrate 5 note ascending and descending scale on [i] and [o] 6. Press F12 to record lower scale on [i] and [o] 7. Press space bar to stop recording 8. Save file in proper folder with name SPH Caro mio ben 1. Find proper key for student 2. Teach them, if they don't know it already, the first phrase of Caro mio ben 3. Press F12 to record Caro mio ben 4. Press space bar to stop recording 5. Save in proper file with name caro...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MUSI 20110 taught by Professor Grogan during the Spring '08 term at TCU.

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