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Year 2019, Volume 6, Issue 3, 254 - 263, 30.12.2019

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References

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  • Sauder, C., Bretl, M., Eadie, T. (2017). Predicting voice disorder status from smoothed measures of cepstral peak prominence using Praat and Analysis of Dysphonia in Speech and Voice (ADSV). Journal of voice, 31(5), 557-566.
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  • Verdolini, K. (2000). Resonant Voice Therapy. In: Stemple J (ed.). Voice therapy: Clinical studies (pp.45–46). San Diego: Singular Publishing Group.
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Is the Cepstral Analysis Sensitive Enough to Detect Untrained/Trained Resonant Voice in Healthy Subjects? A Preliminary Study

Year 2019, Volume 6, Issue 3, 254 - 263, 30.12.2019

Abstract

Objectives: In training resonant voice, clinicians rely on listening and feeling sensations that are subjective in nature. In the present study, the aim was to find out if cepstral analysis was sensitive enough to distinguish a resonant voice from an unresonant voice in healthy subjects. It was suggested that the immediate effect of humming exercise could be shown by accompanying higher Cepstral Peak Promince (CPP) and lower CPP standard deviation (CPP SD). Materials and Methods: Study included 20 vocally healty subjects aged between 20-30 years. All the participants were trained Humming exercise by teaching airflow technique. The recording protocol was repeated before and after resonant voice training. The recordings were gathered for the three samples of a) Humming b) A sentence weighted with nasal phonemes and c) A sentence weighted with all- voiced phonemes. Cepstral analysis recordings were gathered by the ‘Kay Elemetrics Group CSL Model 4300B’ equipment via the Analysis of Dysphonia in Speech and Voice software. Results: In both sentences, CPP values were found numerically higher and CPP SD values were found to be numerically lower after training. The difference was found statistically significant for the post-training value of voiced- weighted sentence (p=0.004). Conclusion: The higher numerical CPP values and lower CPP SD values for both sentences after resonant voice training indicated that cepstral measures were sensitive to detect trained/untrained resonant voice. However, these preliminary findings should be investigated in a larger sample size in order to achieve more reliable data.

References

  • Awan, S.N., Roy, N. (2006). Toward the development of an objective index of dysphonia severity: A four-factor model. Clinical linguistics and phonetics, 20(1), 35–49.
  • Awan, S. N., Roy, N., Jetté, M. E., Meltzner, G. S., Hillman, R. E. (2010). Quantifying dysphonia severity using a spectral/cepstral-based acoustic index: Comparisons with auditory-perceptual judgements from the CAPE-V. Clinical linguistics and phonetics, 24(9), 742-758.
  • Awan, S. N., Giovinco, A., Owens, J. (2012). Effects of vocal intensity and vowel type on cepstral analysis of voice. Journal of voice, 26(5), 670-e15.
  • Barrichelo, V.M, Behlau, M. (2007). Perceptual identification and acoustic measures of the resonant voice based on “Lessac's Y-Buzz” a preliminary study with actors. Journal of voice, 21(1), 46-53.Chen, F.C., Estella, M.A., Yiu P.M., Edwin, M.L. (2014). Facial bone vibration in resonant voice production. Journal of voice, 28(5), 596-602.
  • Gartner‐Schmidt, Jackie (2008). Flow phonation. In: Behrman, A., Haskell, J. (Eds). The Practice of Voice. Exercises for Voice Therapy (pp.24-25) San Diego:Plural Publishing Inc.
  • Heman-Ackah, Y.D., Michael, D.D., Baroody, M.M., Ostrowski, R., Hillenbrand, J., Heuer J.R. et al. (2003). Cepstral peak prominence: a more reliable measure of dysphonia. Annals of otology rhinology laryngology, 112 (4), 324–333.
  • Hirano, M., Bless, D.M. (Ed.). (1993). Videostroboscopic Examination of the Larynx. San Diego: Singular Publishing.
  • Ogawa, M., Hosokawa, K., Yoshida, M., Yoshii, T., Shiromoto,O.,Inohara,H.(2013). Immediate effectiveness of humming on the supraglottic compression in subjects with muscle tension dysphonia. Folia phoniatrica at logopedica, 65(3), 123-128.
  • Ogawa, M., Hosokawa, K., Yoshida, M., Iwahashi, T., Hashimoto, M., Inohara, H. (2014). Immediate effects of humming on computed electroglottographic parameters in patients with muscle tension dysphonia. Journal of voice, 28(6), 733-741.
  • Peterson, K.L., Verdolini-Marston, K., Barkmeier, J.M., Hoffman, H. (1994). Comparison of aerodynamic and electroglottographic parameters in evaluating clinically relevant voicing patterns. Annals of Otology Rhinology Laryngology, 103(5), 335-346.
  • Sauder, C., Bretl, M., Eadie, T. (2017). Predicting voice disorder status from smoothed measures of cepstral peak prominence using Praat and Analysis of Dysphonia in Speech and Voice (ADSV). Journal of voice, 31(5), 557-566.
  • Stemple, J.C. (2000). Resonant Therapy. In: Stemple, J.C., Glaze, L.E., Klaben, B.G. (eds): The Diagnostic Voice Evaluation. In: Clinical voice pathology: Theory and management (pp. 332-393). San Diego: Singular Publishing Group.
  • Titze, I.R. (1995) Workshop on Acoustic Voice Analysis. Summary Statement, Denver, CO:National Center for Voice and Speech.
  • Özcebe, E., Aydinli, F.E., Tiğrak, T. K., İncebay, Ö., Yilmaz, T. (2018) Reliability and validity of the Turkish version of the Consensus auditory-perceptual evaluation of voice (CAPE-V). Journal of voice, 33(3), 382.e1-382.e10.
  • Verdolini, K., Druker, D.G., Palmer, PM, Samawi H. (1998). Laryngeal adduction in resonant voice. Journal of voice,12(3), 315-327.
  • Verdolini, K. (2000). Resonant Voice Therapy. In: Stemple J (ed.). Voice therapy: Clinical studies (pp.45–46). San Diego: Singular Publishing Group.
  • Vlot, C., Ogawa, M., Hosokawa, K., Iwahashi, T., Kato, C., Inohara, H. (2017). Investigation of the immediate effects of humming on vocal fold vibration irregularity using electroglottography and high-speed laryngoscopy in patients with organic voice disorders. Journal of voice, 31(1), 48-56.
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  • Yiu, E.M.L., Lo, M.C., Barrett, E.A. (2017). A systematic review of resonant voice therapy. International journal of speech-langauage pathology, 19(1), 17-29. Zaliouk, A. (1963). The tactile approach in voice placement. Folia Phoniatrica at Logopedia, 15 (2-3), 147-154.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Fatma ESEN AYDINLI (Primary Author)
Hacettepe University Department of Speech and Language Therapy
0000-0002-5624-267X
Türkiye


Esra ÖZCEBE
Hacettepe University Department of Speech and Language Therapy
0000-0001-6393-7077
Türkiye


Jackie GARTNER-SCHMIDT This is me
Department of Otolaryngology, University of Pittsburgh
0000-0000-0000-0000
United States

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Publication Date December 30, 2019
Application Date November 11, 2019
Acceptance Date November 25, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 6, Issue 3

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APA Esen Aydınlı, F. , Özcebe, E. & Gartner-schmıdt, J. (2019). Is the Cepstral Analysis Sensitive Enough to Detect Untrained/Trained Resonant Voice in Healthy Subjects? A Preliminary Study . Hacettepe University Faculty of Health Sciences Journal , 6 (3) , 254-263 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/husbfd/issue/50250/645267