Developing appropriate abdominal breathing is one of the fundamental components to safely and effectively feminize your voice. The Eva|Breathe app is a self-contained mini-lesson that will show you exactly how to use appropriate breathing to develop your feminine voice.
Eva will guide you through fun exercises and provide immediate feedback, which is essential for a successful learning experience. The built-in scoring system will let you know whether you’re on target. It’s fun to compete with yourself and your friends as you master this skill. Share your scores on Facebook and Twitter to let your friends know how you’re doing.
NOTE: The Eva Apps are only compatible with Galaxy S3. The Eva Apps are not supported by other Android devices at this time.
Expressing your true inner woman is not just about talking in a higher pitch, but it’s certainly a place to begin feminizing your voice. A female voice is about one octave higher than the male pitch. The Eva|Pitch app is a self-contained mini-lesson that will show you exactly how to tune your pitch in order to begin developing your female voice.
Eva will guide you through fun exercises and provide immediate feedback with her built-in frequency tuner, which shows you whether you’re on target. It’s fun to compete with yourself and your friends with the integrated scoring system as you master your feminine pitch. Share your scores on Facebook and Twitter to let your friends know how you’re doing.
NOTE: The Eva Apps are only compatible with Galaxy S3. The Eva Apps are not supported by other Android devices at this time.
Finde mit mobile CIS ganz einfachen einen feien Raum in deiner Nähe.
Mit mobile CIS kannst du außerdem deine Lernunterlagen aus dem CIS downloaden und verwalten.
Optional kannst du dein Gerät automatisch auf "Lautlos" oder "Vibrieren" stellen und deine nächste Unterrichtseinheit anzeigen lassen, sobald du in der Nähe der FH Technikum Wien bist.
These next few lessons are a triplet and are meant to be worked with together as a group. Eva|Pitch2, Eva|Pitch3, and Eva|Pitch4 build upon what you’ve learned in the initial two essential voice training lessons–Eva|Breathe & Eva|Pitch.
The instructional videos for this triplet of lessons consist of specific warm-up routines. You might find that you like using all three instructional videos consecutively to give yourself a longer routine. Or, you might simply go through the warm-up routine with Kathe, and then move on to the practice video and the exercises for each lesson.
The practice video for Eva|Pitch2 will re-visit the cues for posture, breathing and pitch which were taught in the initial Eva|Pitch lesson. You will practice Eva vocals together with Kathe. Some of the exercises include consonant-slides from a voiceless sound like “sss” or “fff” to a voiced sound like “zzz” or “vvv.” After learning these vocals with Kathe in the video, you’ll have an opportunity to practice these slides on your own using the self-guided section of this app.
One of the goals for this lesson is for you to experience the sensation of sounds in your body. This proprioception strategy is a significant training element and must be mastered for you to have long-term success with your voice. We will sustain these sound pairs–like “sss” and “zzz”–at two different pitches, A3 and C4. As you practice these vocals with Kathe in the video, you will be encouraged to feel the buzz of the voiced sound in your face. After the vocals, you will work together with Kathe to connect the breath, pitch and buzz in words. As with the initial lessons, you are provided with additional practice material in the “More” section of this app.
The instructional video for this lesson, Eva|Pitch3, consists of specific warm-up routines. You might find that you like using all three instructional videos consecutively to give yourself a longer routine. Or, you might simply go through the warm-up routine with Kathe, and then move on to the practice video and the exercises for each lesson.
Your Eva Vocals for this routine consist of ascending pitch slides – that means sliding your pitch upward for the sounds “hee,” “haa,” or “hoo.” You will again tune your pitch again to the A3 (220 Hz), and you’ll be introduced to pitch tuning exercises to C4 (263 Hz). After you complete this routine with Kathe, you will work independently with these exercises in the self-guided section.
The practice video for this lesson, Eva|Pitch3, will focus on connecting your thoughts–that is using the metacognitive strategy that is an essential element of the Exceptional Voice approach. In this lesson you will experience connecting your memory of those pitch slides to short phrases. Kathe will cue you to think about the buzz in your face when you say each phrase.
Contents include sourced rebuttals to Creationist claims about topics such as philosophy, theology, biology, paleontology, geology, astronomy, cosmology, physics, mathematics, evolution, Biblical and Qu'ranic Creationism, Intelligent Design and more.
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All content from Talk Origins that is used in this application is Copyright © 2006 Mark Isaak.
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Reasonable Faith provides an articulate, intelligent voice for biblical Christianity in the public arena, while training Christians to state and defend Christian truth claims with greater effectiveness.
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The Reasonable Faith App was created with The Church App by Subsplash.
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The instructional video for this lesson, Eva|Pitch4, provides you with additional Eva vocals. Again, you have the choice of going through this warm-up then moving on to the practice video, or practicing all three warm-up routines consecutively.
Your Eva Vocals for Eva|Pitch4 consist of descending pitch slides – that means sliding your pitch downward using the same sounds we’ve used before –“hee,” “haa,” or “hoo”. We’ll continue to tune your pitch to A3 (220 Hz) and C4 (263 Hz). We use the C4 anchoring pitch in later Eva lessons. After you complete this routine with Kathe, you will work with the exercises in the self-guided section.
The practice video for Eva|Pitch4 combines your proprioception and metacognition strategies in the drills. Kathe cues you to feel and think about your posture, breathing, pitch and the resonance buzz in your face when you repeat short phrases and talk about various topics.
This interactive app was developed by Master Firearms Instructor Anthony P. Colandro. Gun For Hire CEO and Host of Nationally Acclaimed Gun For Hire Radio, Anthony P. Colandro has developed The Gun For Hire Immersion System™. A training system developed from over 25 years of firearms experience. Information carefully chosen to work regardless if you are a beginner or expert, left handed or right handed.
As you shoot your target in the range, keep the app open and tap the screen where your shot hits the target. As you touch the screen the holes remain in the target and the hit counter keeps track of the number of shots. Master Trainer Anthony's instructions will pop up telling you what your doing wrong. Even after one session you will see your groups of shots getting tighter and tighter closing in on the bullseye. Once your bad habits start to disappear and your proud of your tight group simply click the facebook icon to post it to your wall. Opt for the in-app PRO version and see photos and additional comments on how to correct your bad habits. Imagine having a Master Firearms Trainer at your side every time you visit the range. This is now possible with The Group Therapy App.
ASL Sentence Examples:
1. I'm hot.
2. I'm tired of cooking every night. Let's eat out for a change.
3. I've been looking for the library, where is it?
4. Long time no see!
5. My friend told me you have a problem; what's up with that?
6. Nice to meet you.
7. No way!
8. nothing to it, no biggie, no big deal
9. One minute, please.
10. Please email me.
11. Please put it down.
12. See you later.
13. Show me the three cards.
14. Stop picking on the little girl. Just leave her alone!
15. That's not true!
16. Try to think positive.
17. What are you doing tonight?
18. What did you say?
19. What is your favorite movie?
20. What time will pizza be delivered?
21. Where are you learning sign?
22. Who is your teacher?
23. Would you please hold on, we're not done talking.
24. You go straight down and make a right then a quick left; you will find a candy machine there.
25. You sign very well!
26. Are you looking for trouble?
27. Be careful driving.
28. Can I help you?
29. darn it
30. Did you see my vlog?
31. Do you have any coffee?
32. Do you know that…
33. Do you need help with homework?
34. Do you understand me?
35. don't like, do not like, does not like, dislike
36. Don't worry.
37. excuse me, pardon me, would you please excuse me…
38. Forget it.
39. good luck
40. hey (as a good way to get a person's attention)
41. Holy cow, there were five cars involved in an accident on the parkway.
42. Hurry up!
43. I am not too sure.
44. I don't care.
45. I don't think so.
46. I got ice cream but I am not hungry, do you want some?
47. I heard a rumor that you are married, is it true?
48. I love you (applies to friendship and/or romance)
49. I overslept and was late for school. I'm in trouble!
50. I want to learn more ASL!
51. I'm cold.
52. Your clothes smell so bad. Have you washed them? Never?
53. Are you sure?
54. bear with me / be patient
55. Can you fingerspell again please?
56. Did you email me?
57. Did you spit on that boy? Why?
58. Do you have Facebook?
59. Do you know the teacher?
60. Do you think your children should have flu shots?
61. don't know, do not know, dunno
62. don't want, do not want
63. Excuse me, I have to leave in a hurry, would you please move your car.
64. For example
65. Good idea.
66. Happy Birthday
67. Hold on, please.
68. How's your family?
69. I am not stupid!
70. I ate already.
71. I don't remember the teacher.
72. I got a flat tire, what should I do?
73. I haven't seen you in a long time.
74. I like to watch TV
75. I need to go home.
76. I torn up the letter!
77. I'll come back later.
78. I'm happy to see you.
79. I'm sorry.
80. It's nothing new.
81. Let's practice signing.
82. My friend and I went out to see a movie called "Avatar".
83. nah (wave-no)
84. No rush! (take your time)
85. Not yet.
86. oh, really?
87. Please don't force me, I am really tired.
88. Please let me know.
89. Please write it down.
90. Should I go to the parent-teacher meeting?
91. Sorry! I overslept.
92. thank you, thanks
93. Try not to drink and drive.
94. What are you doing?
95. What happened?
96. What is your name?
97. What to do?
98. Where is she from?
99. Why did you leave school early today?
100. Wouldn't you mind if we could back it up, I am trying to understand.
101. You had detention? What happened?
102. You're right.
103. I'm fine, thanks and love ya!
and MUCH more!
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The default list of words that rhyme with mad can be overridden by placing a file called "mad.txt" in the root of the SD card, popular choices include "maxipad" and ">_<"
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ANDROID WEAR. This was a decision by Google in designing Android Wear to not have soft keyboard input as an option, this app is only compatible with devices running third-party modified versions of full Android. Even if this app was installed on an Android Wear device, the watch would not use it for any purpose.
Most full keyboards are designed for full-size devices, and can be extremely frustrating to use on screens of about 1 inch. Alternate styles of input often sacrifice precision or require keeping a closer eye on automatic corrections. On a tiny screen, where the keyboard often covers the text box you are typing into, this can be a problem.
Qwerist aims to provide the most precise input for small form-factor devices. What you type is what you get, and when it isn't sure what you are trying to type, it asks rather than guesses. When your finger is half the size of the screen, it is hard to click right on the key you want. If the tap is on the edge between two or more keys, Qwerist will prompt you to verify which you intended to click. This slows the speed of typing, pays off by not having to go back and fix mistakes.
The full QWERTY layout you are used to is presented, but rather than squish into the small width available, it allows you to scroll left and right to access the keys you want. Once again, slow and steady is the way to go for small and fiddly screens.
Another problem with using conventional keyboards on non-conventional devices is that the keyboard often takes up far too large a fraction of the screen. Qwerist will shrink if needed to never take up more than half your screen, leaving room to see what you're doing and interact with the application.
This keyboard has been optimised for a particular smart watch device, but if there are problems on your watch or a particular use-case, let me know by the sending feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll see how I can help.
Don't have Google Play access? Such as on the Galaxy Gear? The apk for sideloading is available here: http://mens.ly/files/qwerist.apk
Send catfacts to your friends. Over 100 random catfacts with the option to send at regular intervals. Service can also automatically send more catfacts when your friend replies.
NOTE: If you use a third party SMS app such as GoSMS with a "Disable other message notification" option, this may stop this app from sending automated replies. Please turn off this setting if you wish to use this functionality.
Releasing beta version because it was requested and it is taking me more time than I expect to get around to polishing it up. Coming in full version:
* More options for automatic catfacts
* Send to multiple people at once
* Nicer looking UI
* Many more catfacts