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Reproducibility of Voice Parameters: The Effect of Room Acoustics and Microphones.

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Summary of "Reproducibility of Voice Parameters: The Effect of Room Acoustics and Microphones."

Computer analysis of voice recordings is an integral part of the evaluation and management of voice disorders. In many practices, voice samples are taken in rooms that are not sound attenuated and/or sound-proofed; further, the technology used is rarely consistent. This will likely affect the recordings, and therefore, their analyses.

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Name: Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation
ISSN: 1873-4588
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