Administrator Robert Lunte Posted July 25, 2011 Administrator Share Posted July 25, 2011 Hey TMV Vocal Athletes, Here is a cool video by arguably the world's leading vocal research scientist, Dr. Ingo Titze. He demonstrates what we call a "semi-occluded" phonation which balances the sub-glottal (below) and super-glottal (above) air pressure around the vocal folds. Semi-occluded phonations are used in voice therapy and in singing technique. Lip trills and TVS resonant tracking (buzzing with lips together) are also forms of semi-occluded ponations. Enjoy! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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