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The Diva and the Emcee

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by Krishna Nayak
posted 2 years ago
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.
Resource Type: Web
Resource Name: YouTube
Level: Basic
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    This brief and engaging video offers many levels and topics for learning. A useful adjunct to articles on vowel formants, acoustic properties of the vocal tract, and vowel modification. Also provides a different take on anatomy, particularly tongue movement. Highly recommended.
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