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Want more help hitting high-notes? We offer a free analysis to determine your vocal singing type. Record your voice at 🤍 and find out if you are: * Pulled Chest - High Larynx * Flip-Falsetto * Light Chest - No Chest * Mixed Head/Chest We'll also share free exercises designed specifically around how to hit high notes for your Vocal Singing Type. Click here for your free analysis: 🤍 Transcript: I hope you don’t get queasy. I’m going to show you live video of a singer’s vocal cords as she sings. You may want to sit down. Many students feel singing is a great mystery. They don’t understand how their voice works, why it works the way it does, and what’s involved with singing. How do Vocal Cords Work? It all begins with the vocal cords. Specialists look at your vocal cords with a flexible or rigid scope. The flexible scope is a small cord with a camera at the end of it. It’s inserted through the nose and extended down the throat to see the vocal cords. The rigid scope is like a large pen with a camera at the end. It’s used looking into the mouth and throat. Both images look like this. This can be confusing because the vocal cords are horizontal in the throat like this. They are not vertical like this. But when the scope sees the cords and projects it on the monitor, they look like they’re vertical (or up and down). Vocal cords…sometimes called vocal folds, are located in the mid-portion of your neck…about halfway between the top and bottom of your neck. There are two vocal cords and they’re connected in the front of your neck and open and close from the back of your neck. They’re located inside the “voice box”, or larynx. The cords sit at the top of your windpipe or trachea. Men can feel the top of their “voice box” often called the “Adam’s Apple”. Women have the same thing but it’s smaller and harder to feel with your finger. Your vocal cords are just behind the Adam’s Apple. Women can sometimes feel their Adam’s Apple by placing their finger underneath their chin and gently push inward into the middle of their neck as they drag their finger down toward their chest. About halfway down your neck, you can feel a small bump. That’s your Adam’s Apple and your vocal cords are just behind it. I can feel a small “v” right in the center and top of my Adams Apple. That’s cartilage. Vocal Cords: Women Versus Men At birth, our vocal cords are the same length, approximately 2mm. By age 20, women’s cords are about 10 mm and men’s 16mm in length. The change for men is much greater and this causes a deepening of the voice and can make singing during this vocal change much harder. Vocal cords are tissue and are 3 dimensional. That means that they have length, width, and depth. Just like other tissue in your body, there are different layers of tissue. Vocal cords have 3 primary layers, muscle, ligament, and mucosa. That’s the slick outer layer of the vocal cord. The vocal cords open when we breathe, come together when we make noise with our voices and are covered up when we swallow. A type of lid, called the epiglottis, closes over the vocal cords when we swallow. Sometimes fluid gets through and we cough to clear it out. When air passes through our vocal cords as we speak or sing, they create a series of sound waves that we can hear. This series of sound waves we call vibration. The vocal cords create the initial vibrations which are the initial tones we hear that begin the sound we make when speaking and singing. Watch and listen as these vocal cords create the vibrations that become our voices. (See Video of Cords) Vocal Types and Vocal Cords Do you know your vocal type? I’m not talking about whether you’re a soprano, alto, tenor or bass. Your vocal type helps you understand what your vocal cords tend to do when you sing. For example, if you are a light chest/no chest vocal type, that means your vocal cords are not closing as firmly as is needed. With each vocal type, your vocal cords tend to do specific things as you sing. Once you know your vocal type you can begin eliminating weaknesses in your voice and get the singing voice you want. Visit PowerToSing.com. Take the PowerTest and the quiz. Immediately you’ll discover your vocal type. Explore the Knowledge Center on Power to Sing’s website. Learn about your vocal type and the exercises that will help improve your unique voice. I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power to Sing. You can sing higher with beauty, confidence, and power.
Watch vocal folds and how vocal fold vibration is responsible for human voice. Video was taken using an endoscope by SPS volunteers. Video was taken with a strobe light to show the motion, 2 Hz difference from the fundamental. Check out the write up here: 🤍
With the help of a specialist doctor and an opera singer, Sophie Scott investigates how the different parts of the voice box come together to create the human voice. Watch the full lecture here: 🤍 Link to the site the monkey pointed out: 🤍 Subscribe for regular science videos: 🤍 The Ri is on Twitter: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 and Tumblr: 🤍 Our editorial policy: 🤍 Subscribe for the latest science videos: 🤍
How do we breathe and speak? This animated video on vocal mechanics from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), explains the processes of breathing, voicing, and speaking. The video shows the sequential movements within your body that allow you to produce voice and speech, starting with breathing. For more information about NIDCD, visit 🤍
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An excerpt of the video created for one of our clients. This stunning medical animation made by scientific animations features a procedure to reconstruct vocal cord. This process uses a bio implant to treat vocal cord paralysis. This process can be used for both Unilateral and Bilateral vocal cord paralysis.
An excerpt of the video created for one of our clients. This 3D medical animation features a procedure to reconstruct vocal cord (vocal cord surgery). This process uses a bio implant to treat vocal cord paralysis. This process can be used for both Unilateral and Bilateral vocal cord paralysis. 🤍
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Using generative AI, time lapse of vocal cord nodules development in a young child is shown along with resolution with good voice therapy. Adult vocal cord nodules development and resolution time lapse: 🤍 Video created by Dr. Christopher Chang: 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Fauquier ENT on YouTube? ►► 🤍 #voicetherapy #vocalcordnodules #tvcnodules #pediatricvoicetherapy #slp #speechtherapy
Many singers feel like their lower notes and their higher notes are incredibly far apart and they have to perform a big maneuver to make the change. Watch the voice in action here and see how small that change actually is! Stop by and say hi 👋 🤍nashvillevocalstudio.com Instagram.com/NashvilleVocalStudio TikTok 🤍nashvillevocalstudio
How do vocal cords work? How do human beings create sound for speech and singing? Watch the following video to learn how the human voice works using the four components of phonation. Now you can watch this Vocal Cords in ACTION Video and see the vocal folds moving! Have you ever wondered how the human voice works? We’ve all got one, but because it’s located inside your neck, it’s difficult to get to, making it virtually impossible to directly see and feel. When singing teachers and vocal coaches work with the student's voice they often approach it as one whole system that is made up of four components: The Actuator, the Vibrator, the Resonator and the Articulators. Every developing singer aims to coordinate the four components of the voice so that each plays its role in perfect synergy with the other three components. #vocalcords #vocalfolds #singingvoice References Chalmers, S.-A. (2009, July). Breathing for singing. Voiceprint, 35, p. 8–12. Edwards, M. (2014). So you want to sing rock 'n' roll: A guide for professionals. Lanham, ML: Rowman and Littlefield. p. 93–94. McCoy, S. (2012). Your voice: An inside view (2 ed.). Delaware, OH: Inside View Press. p. 105. Shewell, C. (2009). Voice work: Art and science in changing voices. West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. P. 168. Sundberg, J. (1987). The science of the singing voice. Dekald, IL: Northern Illinois University Press. p. 6. SPECIAL THANKS to 🤍 for the animation! –––––––––––––––––––––––– Welcome to Voice Essentials, where everybody sings. Each week we upload new videos purposefully designed to encourage your vocal journey. So if learning to sing is your thing, then we invite you to subscribe and join our ever-growing community of passionate singers from across the globe who, just like you, want to raise their voice in song. #VoiceEssentials You Can Watch Dr Dan Sing 'LIVE' here – 🤍 And a small side note (because I'm asked a lot): It is important to note that while I hold a doctorate (thus I am Dr Dan), I am not a medical doctor, and the advice provided in this video is generalised information only. Therefore you should always consult with your licensed health care professional for personalised advice about your vocal health and well-being. #DrDan 📱 SUBSCRIBE to weekly singing tips – 🤍 ⚡️ FREE STUFF ⚡️ Download Dr Dan's first exercise track for FREE: 🤍 Dr Dan's FREE mini singing course: 🤍 🔴 DON'T MISS ANOTHER VIDEO: Follow these steps 🔴 1. Visit my channel page (🤍 2. If you're not subscribed, click the Subscribe button. 3. Click the bell icon. 4. A dialogue box will appear, allowing you to select to receive All notifications. 5. Click Save. ⚡️ TOOLS for SINGERS ⚡️ * Dr Dan's Online Singing Course – 🤍 * SINGING LESSONS with Dr Dan – 🤍 * VOCAL EXERCISES – 🤍 * RECOMMENDED READING – 🤍 DONATE * Support the Voice Essentials Channel – 🤍 ➡️ LET'S CONNECT ➡️ * FACEBOOK – 🤍 * FACEBOOK GROUP – 🤍 * TWITTER – 🤍 * LINKEDIN – 🤍 📘 Stay UP-TO-DATE with Dr Dan's FREE Email List 📘 * 🤍 © 2018 Djarts & Dr Daniel K. Robinson All Rights Reserved.
Demonstrated here is an awake procedure to help restore a normal sounding, strong voice for a patient suffering from a paralyzed vocal cord. Such patients have a very weak and breathy sounding voice. Known as vocal cord injection medialization laryngoplasty, the goal is to move the paralyzed vocal cord towards the middle so that the mobile vocal cord can meet it tightly. With tight vocal cord closure, the vocal quality and strength should improve significantly. This procedure can be performed either awake (as demonstrated here) or under sedation. Vocal cord examination is performed via trans-nasal endoscopy: 🤍 For more info on paralyzed vocal cord treatment: 🤍 Three different methods to treat vocal cord paralysis by injection: 🤍 Real-life paralyzed vocal cord injection: 🤍 Video on the 6 different types of vocal cord paralysis: 🤍 Check out our online throat care store: 🤍 Video created by Dr. Christopher Chang: 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Fauquier ENT on YouTube? ►► 🤍 #vocalcordparalysis #dysphonia #hoarsevoice #raspy #vocalcordinjection #paralyzedvocalcord
#shorts Many singers want to learn how to sing stronger. So they believe that they need to add more breath power in order to sing stronger. But vocal strength actually comes from the right combination of the vocal fold muscle AND breath control. Here's how you can find it today!
3D anatomy tutorial on the membranes, ligaments and vocal cords. In this tutorial I talk about extrinsic and intrinsic ligaments of the larynx, and describe the relationship of the mucosal folds with these ligaments to form the vocal cords. Please watch the tutorial on the cartilages of the larynx before watching this one, as it will help if you are not familiar with the various structures! ★★★ I'm now on Instagram - follow me here: 🤍 ★★★ Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 3D model: 🤍 3D model: 🤍 Subscribe to the channel for more videos and updates: 🤍
This is one of the videos showing microlaryngeal surgery. More precise way of treating vocal cord lesions...... Intial debulking of the right vocal cord polyp done with conventional instruments. Then microdebrider is used to excise remnant tissue. This has been done by Dr Ravi Ramalingam, Senior consultant and MD of KKR ENT Hospital and research institute, Kilpauk, Chennai. Kindly like the video and subscribe to our channel.
Vocal cord scarring can be disabling and resistant to treatment. Stem cell treatment might be effective but is expensive and requires weeks to culture. In contrast, autologous adipose tissue–derived stromal vascular fraction (ADSVF) refers to a mix of cells (mesenchymal stem cells [MSCs] or adipose-derived stem cells [ADSCs]), fibroblasts, leukocytes, endothelial cells, and progenitors and pericytes) that can be harvested in hours from enzymatic digestion of adipose. Experimental and clinical reports suggest ADSVF has antifibrotic effects, mainly attributed to the stem cell fraction. Researchers assessed the feasibility of using ADSVF for treatment of vocal cord scarring in a phase 1 clinical trial and concluded the treatment was safe and potentially effective. This videolaryngostroboscopy video shows its effects in a patient with congenital scarring (sulcus). Before treatment the patient’s vocal folds showed scarring with an absence of vibration in the middle third, and insufficient glottic closure. A year after ADSVF injection [0:22], the vibration of the middle third of vocal folds was improved (mucosal wave was clearly visible) with near-complete glottic closure. Click 🤍 to hear the patient’s functional voice response to treatment and 🤍 for a complete discussion of the intervention and of other patients’ outcomes.
In the first episode of the Live From The Larynx web series I visited renowned ENT doctor and Laryngeal surgeon Dr Matthew Broadhurst. I wanted to find out how my larynx functioned when beatboxing compared to how it functions normally with speech, and whether or not there were any abnormalities in my laryngeal anatomy. I also had very little idea of what the inside of my throat and all my noise producing mechanisms actually looked like. The results were fascinating yet horrifyingly graphic and will probably make a few people spew in their laps. I never thought that the structures that have given me the power of speech and sound for all these years would look like something resembling the Predator's vagina. Anyways this was super incredible (and challenging) for me to have this little bit of insight into the human body so I want to massively thank everybody that made this happen ESPECIALLY Dr Broadhurst and everyone at the Queensland Voice Centre.
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Vocal nodules are an injury on the vocal cords and are common in professions of heavy voice use such as presenters, teachers, telephonists and singers. Expert otolaryngologist Mr Guri Sandhu demonstrates diagnosis and explains how they are treated... Book an appointment with Mr Sandhu: 🤍 ✔ Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 ✔ Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 ✔ Follow us on Twitter: 🤍