Deborah Aloba - Singing Teacher

Deborah Aloba - Singing Teacher

Vocal Nodules – Signs & Symptoms

Initially after the trauma the voice may become “cloudy” (minimally husky) and less responsive over a certain pitch range, losing clarity and brightness. The voice is usually slow to warm up and may sound deeper, breathy and weak, particularly over the upper pitch range. Over time the speaking voice may become noticeably hoarse and breathy. It may also start to “cut out”, around certain notes, giving characteristic “voice breaks”. These are most obvious when the voice is used quietly.

 

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