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Voice by Crites

Voice production and articulation

Audible Able to be heard
Volume Strength of your voice
Diaphragm Muscle that separates the chest from the abdominal cavity
Larynx Where the vocal cords are found
Vocal cords The exhaled air vibrates them
Resonance Rich warm sound quality
Pitch The highness or lowness of the voice
Circumflex A combination of rising and falling inflection
Inflection Variety of vocal pitch
Project To send the voice out to the audience
Resonators Throat, nose, mouth, and sinuses. Sound is modified by these
Articulators Vowels and consonants are formed by the lips, cheeks, jaw, teeth, tongue, and hard and soft palates
Voice Basic element of an actor's craft
Rate Speed of your speech
Created by: ShereeC64