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#1 2014-11-25 00:15:26

m.i.r.
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This always makes me smile

I Am sure someone has already posted this before, but just in case i am posting it. This video always makes me smile and really slapped me in the face with perspective on how little of a role the folds really play in overall tone.

http://youtu.be/wR41CRbIjV4

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#2 2014-11-25 12:54:22

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Re: This always makes me smile

Thanks this is really great to have at hand :).

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#3 2014-11-26 01:33:30

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Re: This always makes me smile

Cool I am glad yall appreciate it. I stumbled across this some time ago when I was watching a video of a soprano getting mri while singing. I had always focused more on fold closure and support, put track shaping last until i saw this. Def made a difference to me after watching it.

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#4 2014-11-26 02:15:09

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Re: This always makes me smile

It's funny and kind of surreal seeing a model of a human vocal tract producing those notes, kind of wacky. It's interesting seeing that it's not the folds alone that are responsible for tone, as the model is moved around in the same way we shape our tracts.


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#5 2014-11-26 04:31:16

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Re: This always makes me smile

That was cool....

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#6 2014-11-26 05:00:43

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Re: This always makes me smile

Javastorm wrote:

It's funny and kind of surreal seeing a model of a human vocal tract producing those notes, kind of wacky. It's interesting seeing that it's not the folds alone that are responsible for tone, as the model is moved around in the same way we shape our tracts.

That was my reaction. Also the fact, is all we could do is buzz if our heads were cut off lol.

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