Lecture 2 Speech Production

Lecture 2 Speech Production - LIN 4930 Speech Production...

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LIN 4930 Speech Production Overview
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Introduction Speech Production Systems Respiratory Initiation of airflow Phonatory Modulation of the airflow through the larynx Articulatory Shaping of the airflow by the supralaryngeal (“above larynx”) tract. Respiratory Phonatory Articulatory
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Respiration Inhalation: Diaphragm used to expand chest cavity Exhalation Air exits the lungs via the trachea
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Respiration Exhalation Air exits the trachea and passes through the larynx Larynx houses the vocal folds which manipulate the airstream (phonation)
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Phonatory System Vocal folds can be: Adducted (brought close together or sealed) Abducted (drawn apart) Opening between folds = glottis
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Phonatory System Back Front
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Phonatory System Back Front
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Phonatory System Some glottal states: Voiced Increased/decreased tension Voiceless Other voice qualities Breathy: Partial opening during voicing Creaky: Irregular vocal fold vibrations
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course LIN 4930 taught by Professor Habib,r during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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