Nathalie Henrich Bernardoni
Nathalie Henrich Bernardoni
CNRS
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On the use of the derivative of electroglottographic signals for characterization of nonpathological phonation
N Henrich, C d’Alessandro, B Doval, M Castellengo
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115 (3), 1321-1332, 2004
3502004
Laryngeal vibratory mechanisms: the notion of vocal register revisited
B Roubeau, N Henrich, M Castellengo
Journal of voice 23 (4), 425-438, 2009
2212009
Influence of sound immersion and communicative interaction on the Lombard effect
M Garnier, N Henrich, D Dubois
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
2122010
Glottal open quotient in singing: Measurements and correlation with laryngeal mechanisms, vocal intensity, and fundamental frequency
N Henrich, C d’Alessandro, B Doval, M Castellengo
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (3), 1417-1430, 2005
1982005
Mirroring the voice from Garcia to the present day: Some insights into singing voice registers
DN Henrich
Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology 31 (1), 3-14, 2006
1742006
The spectrum of glottal flow models
B Doval, C d'Alessandro, N Henrich
Acta acustica united with acustica 92 (6), 1026-1046, 2006
1282006
Vocal tract adjustments in the high soprano range
M Garnier, N Henrich, J Smith, J Wolfe
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127 (6), 3771-3780, 2010
1092010
The voice source as a causal/anticausal linear filter
B Doval, C d'Alessandro, NH Bernardoni
VOQUAL'03, 1, 2003
1092003
Toward a consensus on symbolic notation of harmonics, resonances, and formants in vocalization
IR Titze, RJ Baken, KW Bozeman, S Granqvist, N Henrich, CT Herbst, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (5), 3005-3007, 2015
1042015
Vocal tract resonances in singing: Strategies used by sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones
N Henrich, J Smith, J Wolfe
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129 (2), 1024-1035, 2011
972011
Speaking in noise: How does the Lombard effect improve acoustic contrasts between speech and ambient noise?
M Garnier, N Henrich
Computer Speech & Language 28 (2), 580-597, 2014
932014
A comparative study of pitch extraction algorithms on a large variety of singing sounds
O Babacan, T Drugman, N d'Alessandro, N Henrich, T Dutoit
2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2013
872013
Etude de la source glottique en voix parlee et chantee: Modelisation et estimation mesures acoustiques et electroglottographiques perception
N Henrich
Study of the Glottal Source in Speech and Singing: Modeling and Estimation …, 2001
862001
Spectral correlates of voice open quotient and glottal flow asymmetry: theory, limits and experimental data
N Henrich, C d'Alessandro, B Doval
Seventh European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2001
832001
On the use of electroglottography for characterisation of the laryngeal mechanisms
N Henrich, B Roubeau, M Castellengo
Proceedings of the Stockholm Music Acoustics Conference 2, 455-458, 2003
732003
Automatic glottal segmentation using local-based active contours and application to glottovibrography
SZ Karakozoglou, N Henrich, C d’Alessandro, Y Stylianou
Speech Communication 54 (5), 641-654, 2012
682012
Resonance strategies used in Bulgarian women's singing style: A pilot study
N Henrich, M Kiek, J Smith, J Wolfe
Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology 32 (4), 171-177, 2007
662007
Analysing and understanding the singing voice: recent progress and open questions
M Kob, N Henrich, H Herzel, D Howard, I Tokuda, J Wolfe
Current bioinformatics 6 (3), 362-374, 2011
622011
Vocal fold and ventricular fold vibration in period-doubling phonation: Physiological description and aerodynamic modeling
L Bailly, N Henrich, X Pelorson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127 (5), 3212-3222, 2010
622010
Physiologie de la phonation
A Giovanni, A Lagier, NH Bernardoni
Emc Oto Rhino Laryngologie 9 (2), 1-15, 2014
572014
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