The Basics

Getting Oriented

Welcome to the VoiceNotes
I believe that the key to really understanding your voice and all of its many intricacies lies in understanding the anatomy, and to a certain extent the physiology, behind vocal production. This blog will be addressing many topics that might be new to some of you (particularly anatomy and physiology), so I have decided to highlight a few key concepts and terms that are likely to come up throughout the blog. I will also continue to add to these pages as new ideas are brought up throughout the blog. However, feel free to contact me at any time to gain clarification on a topic if it seems unclear in any way.

 

Anatomy Terms

Anatomy Diagrams

Physiology Concepts

Anatomy Terms

Anterior vs. Posterior– front and back, respectively. These terms are used by anatomists to refer to the orientation of structures of the human body (often in relation to each other). Superior vs. Inferior– above and below, respectively. More terms used to refer to the orientiation of structures within the human body Lateral– another term used …

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Schematic representation of some of the contents of the abdomen.

Anatomy Diagrams

Full Body     Pharynx     Larynx     Vocal Folds     Lungs     Diaphragm     Abdomen     Full Body       The Pharynx (the throat/mouth/nasal passage)     The Larynx             The Vocal Folds           The Lungs       The Diaphragm …

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Physiology Concepts

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