The Diva and the Emcee (Article)
real-time MRI of vocal performance, with examples from an opera soprano, and an emcee/beatboxer. Presented at the ISMRM Sounds and Visions Session, May 2006, Seattle. (posted 9:25 PM, February 9, 2015)

Vocal Tract Model Synthesis (Article)
Vowels are synthesized using vocal tract solid models, demonstrating functions of the vocal tract and vocal cords waves. The models were shaped based on 3D MRI and stereolithography (Rapid Prototyping), and glottal waves are generated using Rosenberg-Klatt waveform with 1/f fluctuation of its cycle. Male and female models are used to produce vowels. Voice qualities are well enough to identify the persons whom MR images were taken from. (posted 9:11 PM, February 9, 2015)

Formant Frequency Shifts for Classical and Theater Belt Vowel Modification (Article)
In this article Ingo Titze presents research from an informal study conducted in Salt Lake City in 2010. Titze discusses the shift in formant frequencies that take place when a singer switches between classical singing and belt singing. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

The Five Best Vocal Warm-Up Exercises (Article)
The exercises given are those that have strong physiologic justification and are prevalent in the majority of studios. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)