The neural control of singing

  title={The neural control of singing},
  author={Jean Mary Zarate},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
Singing provides a unique opportunity to examine music performance-the musical instrument is contained wholly within the body, thus eliminating the need for creating artificial instruments or tasks in neuroimaging experiments. Here, more than two decades of voice and singing research will be reviewed to give an overview of the sensory-motor control of the singing voice, starting from the vocal tract and leading up to the brain regions involved in singing. Additionally, to demonstrate how… CONTINUE READING
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