They know that well-modulated tones of voice contribute to the culture and well-being of the school.
"I want to see the manager," said the woman in a well-modulated voice.
He spoke in the well-modulated tone of one who had had a long acquaintance with the public schools and universities of England.
He found the place and began to read in a resonant, well-modulated voice.
"We didn't expect you for another hour at least," said Betty, in her quiet, well-modulated voice.
It was smooth and well-modulated, and there was the faintest touch of music in it.
And then—a few feet behind him, a voice interrupted—a well-modulated voice, in an amused, ironical tone.
It is the exception to hear a voice that is musical and well-modulated.
He spoke with a well-modulated voice, and a fluency that told of the intelligence of the man.
With mounting fear his captives listened to his well-modulated voice as it proceeded logically from point to point.
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.