Sixth International Workshop on Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2009)
We present a non-invasive attempt to indirectly measure the subglottal sound pressure. This quantity opens an additional acoustical path to observe the voiced sound source. The subglottal sound pressure contours of two phonation qualities, the modal phonation quality and the breathy phonation quality, are compared. The electroglottographic signal was recorded simultaneously as a well known reference basis for physiological details of voice production.
Index Terms. accelleration sensor, subglottal sound pressure, phonation quality
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Bibliographic reference. Wokurek, Wolfgang / Pützer, Manfred (2009): "Acceleration sensor measurements of subglottal sound pressure for modal and breathy phonation quality", In MAVEBA-2009, 153-156.