Phonanium’s Clinical Voice Lab (0 videos)
This ‘Clinical Voice Lab’ actually contains all the Phonanium plug-ins for the acoustic assessment of voice signals in the program Praat and its related issues. Therefore there is not a single tutorial/video on how to work with Phonanium’s Clinical Voice Lab. However, there are tutorials/videos on all the tools included (for measurement, reliability and administration purposes) in this package. We therefore advise you to watch these tool-specific tutorials/videos separately.
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Vox Phonetography (1 video)
Acoustic Voice Quality Index (1 video)
Dysphonia Severity Index (1 video)
Vocal fundamental frequency (1 video)
Vocal intensity level (1 video)
Vocal range estimation (1 video)
Spectrography (1 video)
Cepstrography (2 videos)
Installation of Phonanium plug-ins (1 video)
Patient/subject information - New file (1 video)
200510 _ Acoustic voice markers and surgical face mask (exploration @ home)
Based on questions I received and some of the posts I read these last couple of weeks during COVID19 lockdown, I decided to explore the possible influence of wearing a surgical face mask on some of the commonly used acoustic voice markers. No 🚀 science at all … only a very small domestic study 🧐 … so thanks a lot to my lovely family members for participating voluntarily 😃. The findings are highly preliminary, but worth mentioning while awaiting data from larger and more profound studies on this specific and new topic. Here you can watch the video (sorry: 16 minutes) on this simple investigation. I primarily hope it already helps those colleagues who have questions about making recordings in these rather odd circumstances. Above all … STAY SAFE! 👍
Are you interested in doing high-quality speech/voice/singing range profiling, then check out our partner Vox Phonetography.