Straight tone

Refers to sustaining the voice on a steady pitch and loudness, without any vibrato. In the vocal capability battery, straight tone is elicited during a sustained tone to assess the stability of the voice, and to discover whether or not there are any neurogenic findings of lack of control, “involuntary glitches,” tremor, or the like.

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