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The auditory system has three parts: the outer, middle and inner ear. Learn about hearing loss, hearing tests and hearing aids from a professional audiologist in this free health video.
Expert: M.J. DeSousa
Bio: M.J. DeSousa is Chief Audiologist and one of the founders of ListenUP! and is responsible for staffing and clinical practices, including all Audiology.
Filmmaker: Kevin Fletcher
This 1940s old as dirt med school classic video describes how humans hear sound and how the human ear works.
The video covers the anatomy and physiology of the ear and discusses the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear. Other topics include the eardrum (tympanic membrane), hammer (malleus), anvil (incus), stirrup (stapes), organ of corti, and the cochlea. Included in the video is a labeled diagram showing the parts of the human ear.
This is excellent information for managers who have workers exposed to high levels of noise that could potentially damage hearing.
Helllos, Sorry for the long and awaited Basics of Singing Video! I was so busy making other songs haha i got carried away = ). Anyways, This video will go through 5 basic techniques that I believe were helpful for my voice development.
1. Vocal Health
Drink Lukewarm water, Hydrate the day before. Protect your throat area with a scarf, protect those vocal folds! Avoid dairy products due to phlegm. Drink tea with honey and lemon, not too hot. Sleep is also recommended = )
Video shows where you should be directing your air flow
3. Good Posture
Listen to yourself via a recording rather than through your own ears because what you hear in your head is quite different than from what sounds outside
Join different voice clubs to help develop that voice!
and Practice Practice Practice! without practice, your muscles that aid in your vocal production will become weak and will be much harder to hit those notes you've always wanted to hit!