The speaker's formant in male voices.

  title={The speaker's formant in male voices.},
  author={Tadeus Nawka and Lutz Christian Anders and Mario Cebulla and David Zurakowski},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  volume={11 4},
Spectral analysis of vowels during connected speech can be performed using the spectral intensity distribution within critical bands corresponding to a natural scale on the basilar membrane. Normalization of the spectra provides the opportunity to make objective comparisons independent from the recording level. An increasing envelope peak between 3,150 and 3,700 Hz has been confirmed statistically for a combination of seven vowels in three groups of male speakers with hoarse, normal, and… CONTINUE READING
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