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Indie-Pop Voice: How a Pharyngeal/Retracted Articulatory Setting May Be Driving a New Singing Style

@article{Jones2017IndiePopVH,
  title={Indie-Pop Voice: How a Pharyngeal/Retracted Articulatory Setting May Be Driving a New Singing Style},
  author={C. Jones and Murray Schellenberg and B. Gick},
  journal={Canadian Acoustics},
  year={2017},
  volume={45},
  pages={180-181}
}
Different genres of singing may be characterized in part by singers’ articulatory settings (Gick et al., 2004; Bateman,2003; Nair, Nair & Reishofer, 2016). Bateman (2003, p. 122), for example, notes that pop singing is often characterized by horizontal expansion and vertical compression of the lips, while jazz uses labial protrusion. The articulatory settings associated with a given singing style are known to have noticeable, systemic effects on the acoustics of the singer’s pronunciation (e.g… Expand
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