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voice and diction chapter 2
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Sound has at its _____ an object that ______.
Sound has at its source an object that vibrates.
how inhalation works
Steps in inhalation: breathe in by increasing your chest capacity. Your diaphragm flattens pulling down the floor of your chest cavity. The air pressure in your lungs is now lower than the pressure outside your body and air rushes into your lungs
how exhalation works
Steps of exhalation: you breathe out by decreasing your chest capacity. Your diaphragm is pushed back up. The air pressure in your lungs is now higher than the air pressure outside your body and air rushes out of your lungs
a tough, double-domed muscle that separates the chest and abdominal cavities. It is the main muscle of breathing
two large saclike organs of respiration in the thorax. Spongy and cone shaped
difference between breathing to speak and breathing to live:
breathing to live is automatic; breathing to speak is controlled. exhalation for talking is controlled
clavicular shoulder breathing:
type of breathing in which most of the movement consists of raising and lowering the collarbones while inhaling and exhaling
central deep breathing:
breathing in which most of the expansion/ contraction activities occur in the abdominal area
principle organ of sound; voice box that houses the vocal folds
bands; a flow of air sets them into vibration to produce sound
the process by which sounds produced at the vocal folds are amplified, modified, and enriched by the cavities of the head and chest
sounds produced by the vocal folds are initially weak and thin. They are reinforced by being echoed, reflected or bounced off the surface of the cavities in the manner of sound amplified by a megaphone.
enriched & modified:
Simultaneously the sounds are enriched and modified by changes in the size, shape and surface tensions of the throat and mouth.
the main human resonators: the cavities of the mouth, nose, throat, and chest