In this course, we will discuss voice banking and how it can be an important tool for someone who's at risk of losing their voice. Preserving your voice through voice banking can allow you to have a unique, personal synthetic voice that sounds similar to your natural speaking voice. This process gives you a chance to communicate in much the same way you’ve always been heard. In this course, we will explain voice banking and review key considerations so you can decide if it's the right decision for you.
1. List 3 benefits of using voice banking to create your own personal synthetic voice.
2. Identify 3 key considerations when starting the voice banking process.
Presenter: Patrick Brune, MS, CCC-SLP.
This content was developed by a team of professionals with experience in learning design, AAC, education, and speech-language pathology.
Disclosures: Financial Disclosure:
Patrick is an employee of Tobii Dynavox. Non-financial Disclosure:
Patrick has no relevant non-financial relationships. Content Disclosure:
Because of the unique characteristics of our product, this presentation will focus exclusively on the Tobii Dynavox product line and will not include information about other communication or educational products. Disclaimer:
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