2019
DOI: 10.1590/2317-6431-2018-2113
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Abstract: RESUMO Objetivo Comparar os valores das medidas acústicas da voz, extraídas de gravações vocais realizadas com dois tipos de microfones. Métodos Participaram da pesquisa 103 pessoas do sexo feminino, com idades entre 18 e 54 anos. Foram coletadas amostras da vogal sustentada /e/, captadas por dois microfones, simultaneamente: Shure SM58 e Karsect HT-9. Foi realizada a análise acústica das vozes, com a extração de valores de frequência fundamental (F0), variação da frequência (Jitter) e variação de amplitude … Show more

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“…However, they were cautious about generalizing the results due to the limited number of microphones tested. Similar to the previous studies, Krik et al (2019) performed analysis on recordings from two different microphones using f 0 , jitter, shimmer and Glottal Noise Excitation ratio on sustained vowel. They extracted the descriptive statistics and compared them between the two microphones.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, they were cautious about generalizing the results due to the limited number of microphones tested. Similar to the previous studies, Krik et al (2019) performed analysis on recordings from two different microphones using f 0 , jitter, shimmer and Glottal Noise Excitation ratio on sustained vowel. They extracted the descriptive statistics and compared them between the two microphones.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We decided to gather additional acoustic measurements related to sustained vowel considering that the previous literature (Kisenwether & Sataloff, 2015;Krik et al, 2019;Parsa et al, 2001), studied these features in their experiments. In another session, approximately six seconds of sustained vowel /a/ were recorded following the previous methods on five mobile phone devices (device ID B1-B5) listed in Table 1 from five participants.…”
Section: Data Collectionmentioning
confidence: 99%