Differences in phonetogram features between male and female subjects with and without vocal training.

@article{Sulter1995DifferencesIP,
  title={Differences in phonetogram features between male and female subjects with and without vocal training.},
  author={A M Sulter and Harm K. Schutte and D G Miller},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  year={1995},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={363-77}
}
Singing not only requires good voluntary control over phonation and a musical ear, it also demands certain capacities of the voice source. These capacities include a desirable range of sound intensity and frequency, which can be measured and represented in a phonetogram. The influence of specific factors on voice capacities may be ascertained by the analysis of phonetograms. To determine the influence of the factors gender and voice training, phonetograms of 224 subjects, subdivided accordingly… CONTINUE READING

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