Intonation and inflection can be used to maintain the interest of an audience in various ways. The term "Intonation" is the rise and fall of your voice as you talk or sing, and "Inflection" means to modulate or regulate "Intonation"(the rise and fall of your voice's pitch). Audiences usually tend to get bored out of their mind when the speaker speaks monotone(meaning ONE tone). That's where intonation comes in handy, It livens up the content with different pitches. For example, if you're reading a book to children or reporting a news cast, you have to have different tones so the audience doesn't get bored out of their world. It makes a difference if you say "Hello everyone! And welcome!" than "Hello everyone. And welcome." Intonation and Inflection matters, so use it! If you don't, then you'll sound very bland! In this new assignment I was volun-told to be the vocals(meaning that I'm the main speaker). It's very important in my opinion to rehearse the script many times because I have to nail it in ONE TAKE!(Or the minimal amount of takes as possible) Things that need to happen before that are, brainstorming ideas for our talk show, writing a script, rehearsing it, and ultimately, PERFORMING IT!!!
My team members and I met most of the goals for the project, and conveyed the message to the audience. I believe we could've improved on the sound quality of the project, and maybe a little more emphasis(no pun intended) on the voices. Some obstacles we faced was, the little noises we made in the background, and the monotony of our voices. We overcame the noises by cutting them out in GarageBand. We also overcame monotony by rerecording the script. If I were to do this project again with the same people I would cut some parts of the script out to save time.
ACO 5.1 Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.