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    MikeC is offline Newbie
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    Default Terrible resonance problem

    Hi guys, Ok so I have an unsually high pallate which I think is causing my resonance problems. Basically no one can understand what is im saying without me drastically raising my voice, My voice is deep and rich, but its muffled, and almost seems to echo around the inside of my mouth. I cant seem to produce a forward tone, direct the resonance to the front of my mouth... Its awful. Everyone i know have nice clear voices that echo around the room instead of inside of the mouth like me, their voices project and resonate even without effort or raised voice. Please help me! Its killing my confidence :[

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    Default Re: Terrible resonance problem

    I am a passive reader on a group where people discuss issues like yours. Try there: phonologicaltherapy : children's speech sound disorders

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