_____ is what makes your voice unique.
The process of changing your voice is called _____.
How high or low you speak on a musical scale is called _____.
_____ is the rising and falling of pitch.
Giving special stress to a syllable or word is called _____.
The speed at which you speak is called _____.
_____ is how softly or loudly a person speaks.
How far your voice can travel or disperse is called _____.
The two tools you have as an actor are your _____ and _____.
Your pitch is determined by the _____ of your vocal chords.
_____ is inflection that goes both up and down.
Projection is delivering your voice with _____.
_____ is a way to give emphasis to a word.
A resonating chamber for sounds m, n, and ng.
An organ in your chest that fills with air, and converts oxygen to carbon dioxide.
Also known as your windpipe, this is a pathway for air.
The connective muscle and tissue between your abdominal and chest cavities.
The resonating chamber for all other sounds. Your lips and tongue determine these sounds.