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"Ring" in the solo child singing voice.

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"Ring" in the solo child singing voice.

Auteurs : David M. Howard [Royaume-Uni] ; Jenevora Williams [Royaume-Uni] ; Christian T. Herbst [Autriche]

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RBID : pubmed:24216269

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Abstract

Listeners often describe the voices of solo child singers as being "pure" or "clear"; these terms would suggest that the voice is not only pleasant but also clearly audible. The audibility or clarity could be attributed to the presence of high-frequency partials in the sound: a "brightness" or "ring." This article aims to investigate spectrally the acoustic nature of this ring phenomenon in children's solo voices, and in particular, relating it to their "nonring" production. Additionally, this is set in the context of establishing to what extent, if any, the spectral characteristics of ring are shared with those of the singer's formant cluster associated with professional adult opera singers in the 2.5-3.5kHz region.

DOI: 10.1016/j.jvoice.2013.09.001
PubMed: 24216269


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