I discovered something about my liturgical style in the last week or so. We are now celebrating our daily Mass in our small chapel ad orientem. I don't need a microphone to be heard in there.
I was taught in the seminary that we should "proclaim" the prayers of the Mass, especially the Eucharistic Prayer.
Why is that? So the congregation can hear and understand the prayers. But does God need prayers proclaimed to Him in a loud voice? No, he can hear silent prayers, in a low voice too.
Of the two, W/who should hear the prayers the most? God of course. It is a luxury for the congregation to hear them, but I can understand they unite themselves with the priest in praying these prayers, heard or not by them.
This brings me to the ad orientem daily Mass in my parish. I began to realize that my proclaiming voice when offering the Mass ad orientem sticks out like a sore thumb as though God can't hear me unless I shout at Him.
Thus I am trying to modulate my voice in a softer way so it appears to the congregation that indeed I am not proclaiming any prayers to them or God, but rather praying to God in a humble voice which is also audible to the congregation behind me.