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This is a nice way to realize a simple moveable larynx.

I use this model on my workshops to explain clearly some larynx movements.


Look at this video.

You can download the pdf directions here.

Thanks to Vocal Process.

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Tags: larynx, voice

Comment by Wolfgang Saus on April 7, 2009 at 1:01pm
Hello Marco, thanks for sharing! I built one and will recommend it on my website too. Maybe one should add two rubber bands to simulate the vocal folds.

Wolfgang
www.oberton.org
Comment by Marco Tonini on April 7, 2009 at 1:42pm
In fact I added 2 rubbers. It is a simple but clear do-it-yourself!

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