Effects of Masking Noise on Laryngeal Resistance for Breathy, Normal, and Pressed Voice
- Interpretation of the acoustical analysis of the timbre of Chinese National Singing: Female example. Jing Wu // Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 1/2, p227
This study analyzed the female voice in Chinese National Singing from the perspective of music acoustics. By using music acoustic methodology, we collected, compared, and analyzed the sounds of female Chinese National Singing and bel canto. Comparison of the power spectrum and singer's formant...
- Phonation Threshold Flow in Elongated Excised Larynges. Liang, Jack J.; Regner, Michael F.; Chao Tao; Pauls, Steven // Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology;Jul2008 Part 1 of 2, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p548
Objectives: This study proposes the use of a new parameter of vocal aerodynamics, phonation threshold flow (PTF). The sensitivities of the PTF and the phonation threshold pressure (PTP) were quantitatively compared to the percent of vocal fold elongation from physiologic length. Methods: Ten...
- Effect of Voice Change on Singing Pitch Accuracy in Young Male Singers. Willis, Elizabeth C.; Kenny, Dianna T. // Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies;Spring/Fall2008, Vol. 2 Issue 1/2, p111
Background in music performance and pedagogy. During the voice-change process, singing for adolescent boys may become more difficult and unpredictable. Many boys cease singing when they reach puberty as they experience their voices as unreliable and a potential source of embarrassment. They...
- Patrones de Cualidad Vocal en Psicoterapia: Desarrollo y Estudio de Confiabilidad de un Sistema de CodificaciÃ³n. Tomicic, Alemka; Martínez, Claudio; Chacón, Luis D.; Guzmán, Marco; Reinoso, Alejandro // Psykhe;may2011, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p77
The coding system Vocal Quality Patterns (VQP) and a reliability study are presented. The aim was to create a system to identify and codify VQP using a trained hearing assessment. The design was descriptive-exploratory, employing a mixed approach, with a convenience sample of 12 episodes of...
- DO SINGERS MODULATE THEIR HARMONICS DIFFERENTIALLY DURING PHONATION AND SINGING? Kumar, Radish; Shahana, Ayshath; Majeed, Shurooq Abdul; Bhat, Jayashree S. // Online Journal of Otolaryngology;2015, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p96
Objective: Singing has been used as a method to enhance the voice in singers. Singers have increased pitch range, high frequency in their voices when compared to untrained voice. Of late, the cepstral measures are gaining attention in the voice analysis as it is reported to be a strong predictor...
- Preferences for Very Low and Very High Voice Pitch in Humans. Re, Daniel E.; O'Connor, Jillian J. M.; Bennett, Patrick J.; Feinberg, David R. // PLoS ONE;Mar2012, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p1
Manipulations of voice pitch have been shown to alter attractiveness ratings, but whether preferences extend to very low or very high voice pitch is unknown. Here, we manipulated voice pitch in averaged men's and women's voices by 2 Hz intervals to create a range of male and female voices...
- CORRECTIONS TO K272. // Studies in Slavic & General Linguistics;2011, Vol. 39, preceding p1
A correction to the article on particles and laryngeals of Slavic language that was published in the previous issue presented.
- Message from the President. Handa, KK // International Journal of Phonosurgery & Laryngology;Jan-Jun2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, following p1
The article focuses on the message from the president K. K. Handa at President Association of Phonosurgeons of India related to release of the journal, the team effort in its creation and phonosurgery which includes voice assessment, lasers and laryngeal framework surgery.
- Laryngeal Factors in Voiceless Consonant Production in Men, Women, and 5-Year-Olds. Koenig, Laura L. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Oct2000, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p1211
Presents a study which discussed the laryngeal factors in voiceless consonant production in men, women and five year old children. Measurement procedures and criteria; Methodology of the study; Discussion on the results of the study.