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filling a space with sound
the clear, precise, pronunciation of speech
sound creation process
The diaphragm contracts down to allow the lungs to fill with air.
• The air travels up through the trachea and over the vocal folds.
• The vocal folds vibrate to create sound.
• The raw sound "bounces around" in the resonators to create a richer, fuller sound.
•The sound goes through the articulators to be turned into clear speech.
chest, throat, mouth, nasal cavities, head
lips, teeth, tongue, jaw, hard and soft palate
an involuntary, thin skeletal muscle that sits at the base of the chest and separates the abdomen from the chest, major muscle of respiration
• Feet shoulder-width apart
• Knees slightly bent
• Hips tucked under the spine
• Spine is long
• Shoulders relaxed, down, and back
• Chin is parallel to the floor
deep, full quality of sound
How high or how low you are speaking within your vocal range.Soprano 1&2 Alto 1&2 Tenor 1&2 Bass 1&2
The rate at which you are speaking.
The amount of sound you are producing to be heard.
The overall quality that you are using to communicate an idea or point.
Short and Dis-connected
Long and Connected
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