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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 2017;28(1): 14-16.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22469/jkslp.2017.28.1.14
실용음악의 기식성발성으로 인한 목소리 손상 최소화 연습방법
동아방송예술대학교 방송연예계열
Vocal Exercises for Reducing Vocal Damages Caused by Breathy Phonation in Pop Singing
Miran Yu
Broadcasting Entertainment, Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts, Anseong, Korea
Correspondence  Miran Yu ,Tel: (031) 670-6932, Fax: (031) 670-6940, Email: angnu0523@naver.com
Received: 1 June 2016; Revised: June 4, 2016   Accepted: 5 June 2016.  Published online: 30 June 2017.
Pop singers frequently use breathy voice to express diverse emotion. Such method is the major factor that divides vocalization in pop and classical music. Using breathy voice too much for a long time could make singer short-winded, which might cause the voice injured. In order to prevent the problem, singers need to find resonance balance between high notes and low notes and among vowels. Moreover, they should take more attention when producing resonance in consonants with much air flow. Along with finding resonance balance, if skilled at controlling the volume of voice, singers can use the breathy voice selectively at the desired part, adjusting close quotient freely. Through this kind of approach, pop singers can develope their unique style of vocalization and avoid the vocal damage.
KEY WORDS: Breathy voiceBreathy phonationClose quotientPop SingingHypo-functional voice
중심 단어: 기식음기식성발성성대접촉률실용음악 가창과소기능적 발성
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