Voice Essay Topics

Walt Whitman: The Androgynous Voice

Walt Whitman is an icon in American literature. His works are well read and well received by poets who came after him. Whitman’s popularity was not solely hinged on the genius that he is in penning his thoughts in verses and lines. But it was also because of the fact that there is something distinctly… View Article

Voice: Warm Up Exercises to Improve Range

Vocal warm up exercises follow the same principles as warm up exercises for any other physical activity that will require the intensive use of your muscles. All athletes know that an effective warm up is essential for optimal athletic performance. Many people love to sing but have a hard time hitting notes that may be… View Article

Voice recognitio

Like the Dictaphone a voice recognition system or software is used to record the spoken notes of medical professionals for transcription at a later date. This system is capable of turning spoken words into words on a screen. Voice recognition has been around for over 60 years used mostly by the government. The technology only… View Article

Bolivia’s Indigenous Political Voice

The full empowerment of the political voice of the indigenous people of Bolivia is symbolized by the election of Evo Morales, the country’s first Indigenous President. How did an Aymaran Indian coca farmer, the most marginalized, discriminated, and impoverished people in Latin America; finally won control of the political power to change the lives of… View Article

Distinctive Voices – A.B. Paterson Poetry

A number of distinctive voices are used in ‘Clancy of the Overflow’ by A.B. Paterson to paint an evocative picture of Australian society and to juxtapose images of the Australian bush against images of life in the city. The purpose of this poem is to highlight the unique characters of the Australian bush and to… View Article