The acoustical significance of tongue, lip, and larynx maneuvers in rounded palatal vowels.

  • Simon P Wood
  • Published 1986 in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America


The acoustical consequences of articulatory maneuvers of [y] are studied in model experiments in order to obtain insights into articulator programming and speech motor control by elucidating the role of each component maneuver of a speech segment in setting up vocal tract resonance conditions for the spectral features of the speech wave. The maneuvers of [y… (More)


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