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- v. Present participle of phonate.
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Nose breathing is of course to be used exclusively when the subject is not phonating.
Instead of feeling that the breath passes out, the voice-producer should rather feel, when phonating, as if it passed in -- an illusion, it is true, but still a safe one.
Try to use slightly more pressure to the outside of the sole to prevent the foot from rolling inwards, also known as phonating.
a voluntary process, which, as has been pointed out, is not the usual and natural one for the individual when not phonating, which latter is essentially reflex or involuntary.
This view was obtained as the subject was phonating, so that the vocal bands are approximated somewhat closely.] [Illustration: FIG.