LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vocal Tract, Palato-Alveolar Consonant, Record Producer

78 views3 pages

Document Summary

2. 3 passive = can not move on their own, act as structures for the active articulators to interact with. 1. 1 the entire structure ~ cartilage, muscle, vocal folds/cords/ligaments, glottis (space in between) 5 speech is produced by pushing vibrating air through the resonators of the vocal tract (the filter) 2 filters/resonators = everything else helping to cause sounds. 6 changing the configuration of the articulators results in the different sounds. 1 articulators together form a filter for the noise. 7 2 major types of sound produced by vocal tract. 1. 1 *not the letters, its about the sound and how it is produced. 1. 2 formed by the constriction or blocage of the air-stream in some way. 2. 1 articulators position in certain specific ways that do not block the air stream. 2. 2 change the shape of the cavity that the air is passing through consonants can be described in 3 ways. 1 state of the larynx (glottis open, closed, etc)

Get access

Grade+
$40 USD/m
Billed monthly
Grade+
Homework Help
Study Guides
Textbook Solutions
Class Notes
Textbook Notes
Booster Class
10 Verified Answers
Class+
$30 USD/m
Billed monthly
Class+
Homework Help
Study Guides
Textbook Solutions
Class Notes
Textbook Notes
Booster Class
7 Verified Answers

Related Documents