Category Archives: The Science of Voice

ThisIsMyVoice

Now here is a unique opportunity for ALL people interested in voice and voice disorders. The AustralianDysphoniaNetwork.org has partnered with US based VocalDisorders.org to bring you an online summit over 6 days. Some of the brightest Voice Health professionals in … Continue reading

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the science of voice

This unique WVD event was hosted by the Australian Acoustic Society  together with UNSW Faculty of Science, School of Physics. Understanding the Human Voice was presented by Dr Noel Hanna  and the video is shared here for your viewing pleasure…. while you can also … Continue reading

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hot off the press

 The IALP Scientific Voice Committee have been working hard to capture the essence of World Voice Day and are happy for you to share their message

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take a peek @ larynx in action

Get ‘up-close and personal’ with the larynx of Dr Per-Åke Lindestad in WVD Headquarters Sweden. If you have never seen a vocal tract in full flight, take  a quick look at this short video where Per-Åke bears all for our viewing pleasure. … Continue reading

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what’s so special about a Soprano?

If understanding the science behind the voice is your thing then have a look at the article about resonance tuning and vowel changes by sopranos. It might just help us to understand why we are not all born to sing … Continue reading

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how the voice works

Here’s a link to simple multimedia introduction to how the voice works, using video, sounds, sound tracks, spectrograms etc: http://www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/waves-sound/human-sound/ There’s a lot here, but it’s fun. The site comes from Prof Joe Wolfe and the team at UNSW, who do … Continue reading

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