Latest Voice registers Stories
Koalas have the appearance of a living teddy bear, inviting many of us to assume they are cute and placid. When mating season starts, however, the males produce a bellow that defies their size and cuteness.
Superior Singing Method (SSM) is a brand new singing method created by Aaron Anastasi, who promises to help people become much better singers through improvements in pitch, tone and vocal range.
A new study on elephant vocalizations reveals that although these magnificent beasts share striking similarities with human vocalizations, as discovered in research last year, there are several key differences between how we make sounds and elephants trumpet theirs.
Researchers have successfully used vocal training to reduce some of the voice problems experienced by older rats and their work could ultimately lead to new treatment options for aging humans experiencing similar issues.
Deep male voices and high-pitched female voices are perceived as more attractive because listeners gauge the speaker's body size from the frequency of their voice.
According to a new study, the style of a person’s speech may help listeners guess their gender just as much as the high or low pitch of their voice.
Help is on the way for people who suffer from vocal cord dysfunction.
An effort to develop synthetic vocal cords to heal the voices of people with scarred natural vocal tissues is the topic of the latest episode of the American Chemical Society's (ACS') Bytesize Science series.
Convincing speeches are central to campaigning for elected office, but do our voices affect how we select our leaders?
Men take note: If you want women to remember, speak to them in a low pitch voice.