modulating your tone and positions is something you have to do when you live in a two-party state.
The continuous deposit of tobacco smoke had darkened the ceiling, modulating to a lighter tone on the walls.
And I too, I have loved and have haunted the roofs, modulating the while the roll of my bass.
His voice was fine, and he had the skill, rare enough in public speakers, of modulating it with excellent effect.
This test is made by modulating the voice, reducing it to a whisper.
After all, however, shades are the most practical form of modulating the entrance of light into a house.
Then modulating his voice in unison Kiau Sun began to chant.
She was at the modulating point between indifference and love, at the stage called "having a fancy for."
"You're fearfully exacting," she said, modulating her voice softly.
The potentiality of language, as the vocal symbol of thought, lay in the faculty of modulating and articulating the voice.
1610s, in music, back-formation from modulation, or else from Latin modulatus, past participle of modulari. General sense from 1620s. In telecommunications from 1908. Related: Modulated; modulating.
To vary the amplitude, frequency, or some other characteristic of a signal or power source. See also amplitude modulation, frequency modulation.