- Subject: Re: vibrato
- From: Russ Bradley <wbradley@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 09 Feb 2003 11:21:36 -0500
>Of course, these descriptions don't quite cover what goes on for draw
>note, since people don't usually speak while breathing in, but it
>isn't hard to generalize them to draw notes.
But the epiglottis slaps over your windpipe when you swallow (usually).
You drive your air flow with the diaphragm and throttle it with the
epiglottis. "Syllableizing" is something different that can go on
simulatneously with vibrato/tremolo.
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