professional voice

A voice used—i.e., singing, speaking, etc.—to earn its owner income

professional voice

Performing arts medicine A voice used–ie, singing, speaking, etc–to earn its owner's income Treatment Surgery–eg, endoscopic microflap techniques. See Performing arts medicine.
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She heard the typewriter and formal professional voices inside, not belonging, she thought, to any one she had ever spoken to.
The literature indicates that professional voice users, particularly teachers, are at a high risk for developing voice disorders.
She had had many years of professional voice training, but she had not taken any lessons during the previous 6 months.
Gould's groundbreaking foresight brought together physicians, scientists, speech-language pathologists, performers, and teachers to share their knowledge and expertise in the comprehensive care of the professional voice user.
Professional voice users acquire greater loudness through increased vocal efficiency.
0mm inner diameter) plastic endotracheal tube that will allow adequate ventilation (artificial breathing) during the general anesthesia is recommended for professional voice users undergoing nonvoice surgery.
Modern laryngology and voice care evolved out of an interest in caring for professional voice users, especially singers.

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