Corpus ID: 17781051

Modal locking between vocal fold and vocal tract oscillations: Experiments and statistical analysis

@inproceedings{Aalto2012ModalLB,
  title={Modal locking between vocal fold and vocal tract oscillations: Experiments and statistical analysis},
  author={Daniel Aalto and Jarmo Malinen and Martti Vainio},
  year={2012}
}
  • Daniel Aalto, Jarmo Malinen, Martti Vainio
  • Published 2012
  • Chemistry, Physics
  • The human vocal folds are known to interact with the vocal tract acoustics during voiced speech production; namely a nonlinear source-filter coupling has been observed both by using models and in \emph{in vivo} phonation. These phenomena are approached from two directions in this article. We first present a computational dynamical model of the speech apparatus that contains an explicit filter-source feedback mechanism from the vocal tract acoustics back to the vocal folds oscillations. The… CONTINUE READING

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