Voice production

Refers to the act of making voice, and the details of the use of breathing (power supply), larynx (sound source), and resonators (mouth and throat) to create a specific voice quality. Using different strategies of voice production, the same person may bring forth various voices: one may be clear and normal-sounding; another may be harsh and unpleasant; a third may be [intlink id=”33″ type=”post”]air-wasting[/intlink], or [intlink id=”67″ type=”post”]breathy[/intlink].

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