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Old 01-21-2020, 10:14 AM
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The physics behind voice actors ability ?


As the title suggest, I have two questions :

1. Is there anything physically different about the vocal chords (or parts of the human anatomy responsible for voice) that gives them the ability to do different voices / accents ?

2. What’s the physics of the ability to do different voices ? Like is it the length of the vocal chords/ their elasticity / the lungs ability to hold or discharge air, the ability to move your tongue around, etc ?