The Control of Airflow during Singing


In singing, subglottal (lung or tracheal) air pressures as high as 40 or 50 cm H20 have been reported in singing at high volume levels. Such pressures are approximately 3 to 4 times the pressures used for speech. It might be hypothesized that, if not controlled by appropriate compensatory mechanisms, the high airflows that could be caused by such pressures… (More)


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