Since it seems that there are no studies with a voice analytics approach out there yet, the Vocalytics team thought they should just do their own. Over the next few weeks, Vocalytics is going to gather pitches and analyze them. The young company will then publish what their algorithms think are the most efficient ones. Here’s the list of parameters Vocalytics will use to assess pitches.
If you want to be part of this experiment and have Vocalytics analyze your pitch, send it to them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember: No more than 60 seconds!
Here you can find a few examples – extracted from This Week In Startups. Vocalytics will have a tool for you to record yourself on your mobile phone soon but in the meantime, you could use Audacity (a free / open-source software).