What Does Vocal Fry Sound Like?

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What is vocal fry sound like?

What Does Vocal Fry Sound Like? Vocal fry drops the voice to its lowest natural register, which creates a creaky, deep voice. But in more blunt terms, it’s a social speaking trend that’s coined as ‘the way a Kardashian speaks’.

How do you know if you have vocal fry?

If you speak without enough breath, your vocal cords cannot rub together and they create a creaky, hollow sound. In vocal fry, it’s as if you are hearing someone’s vocal cords rattling next to each other.

Is vocal fry bad for your singing?

Vocal fry is not physically harmful to the health of your voice. “The vocal anatomy is not damaged by speaking in vocal fry. However, like any behavior, vocal or otherwise, it can become a habit,” explains Johns Hopkins otolaryngologist, Lee Akst, M.D.

What is your vocal sound made of?

The vocal folds produce sound when they come together and then vibrate as air passes through them during exhalation of air from the lungs. This vibration produces the sound wave for your voice. In order for the sound to be clear and not raspy or hoarse, the vocal folds must vibrate together symmetrically and regularly.

Is vocal fry attractive?

A 2014 national study of American adults found that speech with vocal fry was perceived more negatively than a voice without vocal fry, particularly in a labor market context. In young adult women, it was perceived as sounding less trustworthy, less competent, less attractive, and less hireable.