We all know that we use our vocal cords to talk. You become especially aware of this this when you you strain your larynx, which houses your vocal cords, because it becomes painful to speak. But there's more to the human voice than that small area in your throat; in fact, you can change the way you create sound by using your abdominal and back muscles, rib cage, lungs, and more. And the surprising science behind speech and singing doesn't stop there.
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Written by Cody Gough August 29, 2017
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