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physical exams of the larynx and vocal tract
, neurological evaluation and diagnostic voice therapy.
Lastly, the possibility of vocal tract
pathology in the laryngeal structure contributes to poor vocal quality.
If it detects something constant that moves slower than a human is able to move his or her vocal tract
, the system identifies it as a phone or tape recorder, Mammone explains.
We simulate the position of physical articulators, such as the tongue, and synthesize the sound that would be made by air passing through the vocal tract
with real articulators in those positions.
Using a person's voice as an identifier is based on the fact that the geometry of the vocal tract
and the way in which it is manipulated differ greatly from person to person.
As their algorithms emulate a single human vocal tract
, they are only optimized for a single speaker in a quiet environment.
1) The first six chapters of Tevo's Parte seconda, however, connect music to scientific discourse in a way that is unusual for its time, delving into music acoustics as well as the anatomy of the human vocal tract
and the ear.
org/content/2/12/e1600723) a new study based on experiments involving macaques - a genus of Old World monkeys - argues that the problem stems not from the vocal tract
, whose capability has been "drastically underestimated," but from a lack of adequate brain circuitry.
Table 1 shows the comparison of the vocal tract
symptoms frequency in the periods with and without the dynamic soundfield system use, during the three months of observation period in classroom.
It identifies customers by analysing over a hundred unique characteristics of their voice including the shape of larynx, vocal tract
and nasal passage, alongside pronunciation, emphasis and speed of their speech, said TalkTalk.
After reading a 1949 paper that classified howlers based on a vocal tract
bone called the hyoid, Dunn paired up with Lauren Halenar of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, who was studying the hyoid's role in howler biology.