Tag Archives: Accent Neutralisation

Changing your accent…

Voice is not only your sonic identity, but is also a social indicator. The way you speak contributes to those all important first impressions interview & performance coaches talk about so regularly. There are ways & means by which you … Continue reading

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Accents are important…discuss

I am in the process of working with a new client who feels that his ‘accent is holding him back in his career’. The person in question (who shall remain nameless for confidentiality reasons) suffers from a variety of dietary … Continue reading

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Can you erradicate an accent?

This is a highly debated area and many people agree that it is difficult to completely erradicate your accent. However i am currently working with Charlotte O’Sullivan, an actress born and raised in Spain who moved to the UK a … Continue reading

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Becoming a Public Figure. Does a good speaking voice help?

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I was talking with Daniel Granger, owner of Mask Hair studio in Northampton and brand new reality TV contestant on ‘Great British Hairdresser’ showing on E4 at 10pm on Mondays. See the trailer. Daniel is not allowed to reveal how … Continue reading

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Accent Neutralisation

Accent is a tricky subject. It’s an indication of personal, cultural, educational and social identity. People often ask whether it’s possible to change their accent entirely, but we at TemperVox feel that it is imperative that your voice retains a … Continue reading

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