Can you feel your voice when you speak to someone?
Can the sound of your voice echo through a room?
Can your body feel the pressure of the words you say?
Can it feel the physical pressure of those words?
The Science of Speech can answer these questions and more.
But first, let’s explore how you can feel your speech, how your body feels the pressure, and the physics of the sound you are making.
First, let me start by explaining the basics of speech.
First things first: what does it sound like?
The sound of a human speaking is about 5.5-8 decibels, which is what we think a human voice is made up of.
(1/8th the volume of the human voice, about 2 decibellons.)
The sound is usually heard as the sound we hear when we talk.
This means that the sound is made from a mixture of two different parts, the upper part of your vocal chords, and your lower vocal chords.
Your lower vocal tract is the part of the vocal chords that produces the pitch changes you make in your vocal cords.
When you make a sound, the lower part of a vocal tract makes changes in the pitch of the sounds you make, and these changes are what make the sound sound different.
Think of the difference between the sounds your car makes when you drive down the road.
When your car is moving up the road, the air pressure in your tires pushes air against your inner ear, and that pressure causes the sound in your ears to shift up and down.
The sound you make when you make the “oh shit” sound in the video below is produced by the lower vocal chord producing the change in pitch.
This is how we tell when we are talking, or when we hear someone.
The lower part is what produces the sounds that make us talk, but the upper vocal tract produces the other sounds.
The difference between these two parts of the voice is called pitch.
The higher your pitch, the more pronounced the sound.
This difference can be noticeable when you are speaking, but is less obvious when you listen to speech.
In a word, a person’s voice has more to do with pitch than it does volume.
This may sound like a small difference, but when it comes to speech, it can make a big difference.
In the video above, you can see that the voice in the middle of the video is slightly lower than the voice behind it.
The voice in front is slightly higher.
This can happen because your brain adjusts the volume in your voice based on how your vocal tract responds to the pressure in the room.
For example, if you’re standing at a piano, your vocal chord will be a little louder than it would be if you were speaking.
This variation in volume of your lower voice is due to your lower motor neurons responding to the higher pressure in a room.
As the pressure increases in a given room, the neurons respond to the increased pressure and send signals to your vocal cord to increase the pitch.
If the volume is too low, the vocal cord will stop responding to your commands, and you will become more frustrated.
When the pressure gets too high, your motor neurons respond more vigorously, and send out more signals to the vocal tract to increase your pitch.
It’s important to understand that these changes in tone can vary depending on the amount of pressure you’re facing, but that the changes in pitch are not uniform.
The change in volume can be quite subtle.
For instance, in the example above, the pitch is slightly louder in the upper voice than in the lower voice.
This has nothing to do to the volume, but to how the nerve endings in the vocal cords respond to pressure.
The upper voice is the most active in terms of changes in pressure, but it also produces the highest volume.
The same is true of the lower.
Your brain will react to changes in your tone in a way that produces a certain volume.
In this case, it makes a louder sound, and it will make the same sound louder when you’re speaking to someone else.
When a sound has a greater amount of change in its pitch, it is more likely to be heard as a loud sound, like the sound made by a bird in the distance.
So how does this translate to your body?
Well, the reason why your voice is so loud is because your vocal folds produce the same kind of pressure.
When we have a tight vocal fold, the pressure changes the vocal folds and allows the voice to sound louder.
This effect is called vocal hypertonicity, and is what gives a person a louder voice.
For most people, this sounds very natural, and they think their voice sounds loud when they are talking.
But if the pressure is too high in a space, the nerves in the voice will not be able to respond as well to the changing pressure.
This will cause the vocal fold to become