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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocal_tract

The vocal tract is the cavity in human beings and in animals where sound that is produced at the sound source is filtered. In birds it consists of the trachea, the ...

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Vocal tract definition, the passages above the larynx through which air passes in the production of speech, including the buccal, oral, nasal, and pharyngeal ...

www.phon.ox.ac.uk/jcoleman/phonation.htm

The vocal tract and larynx (http://www.phon.ox.ac.uk/~jcoleman/phonation.htm) ( Examples and exercises are at ...

community.dur.ac.uk/daniel.newman/phon7.pdf

tract (the mouth and pharynx), and the nasal tract (within the nose). On average, the ... length of the vocal tract (from the larynx to the lips/nostrils) is some 17 cm.

www.voicescienceworks.org/vocal-tract.html

All sounds created by the vocal folds must pass through the vocal tract before we can hear them. We never hear the vocal folds raw sound on its own.

www.asel.udel.edu/speech/tutorials/production/struct.htm

The vocal tract is bounded by hard and soft tissue structures. These structures are either essentially immobile (such as the hard palate and teeth), or are ...

www.mathcs.duq.edu/~packer/Courses/Psy598/Ling-Phonology.pdf

What linguists infer from these observations: • Phonologists pay attention to the structure of the vocal tract, and the articulation of sounds by the vocal apparatus.

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The airway used in the production of speech, especially the passage above the larynx, including the pharynx, mouth, and nasal cavities. The American ...

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The airway used in the production of speech, especially the passage above the larynx, including the pharynx, mouth, and nasal cavities. American Heritage® ...