Creaky voice

The quality of a voice that sounds like a door creaking on its hinges. Creaky voice is normally produced in the mid to upper part of the range, and not typically at high levels of loudness. It also tends to be a low glottal airflow condition of phonation. Contrast with the related phenomenon of [intlink id=”644″ type=”post”]vocal fry[/intlink].

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