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glot·tal

(glot'ăl),
Relating to the glottis.

glot·tal

(glot'ăl)
Relating to the glottis.

glottal

Pertaining to the GLOTTIS.

glot·tal

(glot'ăl)
Relating to the glottis.

glottal (glot´əl),

adj pertaining to, or produced in or by, the glottis. The sound of
h is a voiceless glottal fricative. The airstream on the exhalation phase moves unimpeded through the larynx, pharynx, and oral cavities.
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Disruptions of the legato (clicks in the line) have three possible causes: 1) overshooting the descent; 2) articulating the tone with a glottal stop; or 3) articulating the tone with an [h] onset.
Although psychological factors and vocal abuse have been traditionally implicated in abnormal laryngeal muscle tension patterns (MTPs), other possible etiologies have emerged, including the presence of laryngopharyngeal reflux and/or glottal insufficiency.
Components of this response extend far beyond the pharynx, encompassing pharyngeal peristalsis, glottal closure, and opening of the upper esophagus during a complex, multi-system reconfiguration of a common brainstem control assembly governing the interrelated processes of respiration and swallowing (Matsuo & Palmer, 2015).
He also incorporates aspects of sonority, differences in intensity and loudness and the insertion of glottal stops before vowels at word boundaries--all of which have been looked at or noted in other studies, but not in combination--into his analysis, to form what he refers to as a "multidimensional model of rhythm" (Fuchs, 2016: 4).
The next application field of glottal pulses is so-called expressive speech processing used for expressing emotions, dynamic and varying voice quality and articulation during phonation.
In Penan and Sebop, an innovated glottal stop closed all word final high vowels, and h closed word final *a.
Sometimes the glottal incompetence may put the patient at risk of life-threatening aspiration.
11-16, and her phonetic measurements show a difference between plain stops and 'the presence of glottal activity in the transition between vowel and closure' (p.
Eight chapters present introduction to voice therapy; voice evaluation; case studies in muscle tension dysphonia; case studies in glottal incompetence; case studies in dystonia, essential tremor, and other neurogenic disorders; case studies in irritable larynx syndrome, paradoxical vocal fold dysfunction, and chronic cough; case studies in management of professional, avocational, and occupational voice; and successful voice therapy.
Also known as the pulse register phonation or glottal fry, vocal fry is a quality of the lowest registers of the human voice.
Her name is Diane Cluck and her ecstatic vocal style has been noted for its uniquely clipped, glottal beauty.