His voice was soft, well modulated, and his words carefully chosen.
He turned, but did not start at the voice, which was soft and well modulated.
When she spoke, although she had little English, her voice was well modulated and remarkably pleasing.
His face, handsome and animated, his voice musical and well modulated.
His voice was full, resonant and well modulated, and he spoke fluently and yet in a measured way that indicated caution.
This “ugly Dutch girl” had a beautiful voice, soft, well modulated, thoroughly refined.
His voice was pleasant and well modulated, and his delivery remarkably quiet and free from any tricks of gestures.
Both girls had been well taught, and it was a pleasure to listen to their fresh, well modulated voices.
And yet it was pleasant to hear him speak, his voice was so clear, so well modulated, so intelligent.
To her it looked pretty terrible, but her voice was well modulated and pleasing.
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.