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Vocal Apparatus
1.Production of a flow of air
by the muscles in the chest
-
respiratory system
2.The sound generation in the
larynx by the vocal cords
-
phonatory system
Phonetics and Phonology
Julia Pritz, Lukas Jahn
10th of April 2013
Professor Karl Hubmayer
larynx:
vocal folds
glottis
LARYNX
-
glottal settings
1
8
respiratory system
articulatory system
phonatory system
inhalation
exhalation
activity
expansion and and contraction of:
rib cage
diaphragm
ingressive pulmonic airstream
vs
egressive pulmonic airstream
SPEECH
feel expansion and contraction
LARYNX
VOICELESS
VOICE
3. brief introduction into
the articulatory system
GLOTTAL STOP
CREAK
CREAKY VOICE
WHISPER
BREATHY VOICE
active articulators:
lips
tongue
passive articulators:
teeth
alveolar ridge
hard palate
soft palate (velum)
uvula
activity
creaky voice
men: 130 times/sec
women: 230 times/sec
length of vocal folds matters
activity

voiced - voiceless
Leona Lewis - A Moment Like This
activity
nasal sounds
activity
passive articulators
Articulatory Phonetics
Part I
rules
informal speech:
/t/ at the end of a syllable

stressed vowel before /t/

syllabic /l/ /m/ /n/ before /t/

next word begins with
consonant
e.g.: /f/ /s/ /k/ /p/
pitch
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