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Eric Hunter on Classical 89 discussing the aging voice

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Uploaded on Apr 6, 2011

Eric Hunter on Classical 89 discussing the aging voice

In March, Dr. Eric Hunter from the National Center for Voice and Speech (www.NCVS.org) toured the Classical 89 studios on the Brigham Young University campus in Provo, UT. Dr. Hunter also discussed with Classical 89 the role of the NCVS, having recently moved its headquarters to the state of Utah, with the University of Utah serving as the lead institution.

During the interview, Dr. Hunter was asked about the aging voice. The NCVS is just finishing up a study, led by Dr. Hunter, on the changes in voice over a lifetime, focusing on the voice use of an individual spanning more than 50 years.

This particular clip was aired on March 24 on Classical 89 (http://classical89.org/) where an edited portion of the interview was played.

Dr. Eric Hunter is currently the Deputy Executive Director of the NCVS. Academically, he is a speech and hearing scientist specializing on the biomechanics of voice and speech production.
http://www.ncvs.org/about/hunter.html

The National Center for Voice and Speech is a multi-site research and teaching organization dedicated to studying the characteristics, limitations and enhancements of human voice and speech. The executive offices are the University of Utah. http://www.ncvs.org/ or follow us at http://www.facebook.com/NCVSorg .

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