Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N8FVJ, Oct 8, 2019.
Some people simply have a good, well-modulated voice. An add-on box can't create that.
Yes, I know. But the nasal sounding part is gone that is not part of the Midwest accent. Midwest accent is normally used on TV News network broadcasts, but even that has 'lightened up' in past 10 years..
Unfortunately I never could get the 'tone' of CW. Had to count the dits & dashes then convert to letters. 5 words per minute was about as fast as I could count. I was upgraded to General Class when the FCC removed code requirements.
Articulation (well modulated or well spoken) is not an issue that produces clear sounding audio. It has little to do with a smooth frequency response. My equalizer proves that.
Have you tried different underwear ?
My voice gets high when I wear undies that are to tight.
Well said OM!
Transmitting in the nude made no difference.
Just don't do it on SSTV.