This graph shows relationships between characters in Les Miserables.Click and drag any point to see the character’s name (after a brief delay), and drag the point to see how the number of connections the character has to others in the book.
Click anywhere on the line to move the brush. Drag the sides to make the brush bigger.
Shown here is a simple chart that displays the relative frequency of letter use in American English. Roll over a column to select it and change its color.
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I am in the process of finalizing a visit to the U.S. in October. Stay tuned for further details about available workshops and possible meeting times we can schedule. Remember that workshops are included to customers that have purchased an
In the rapidly changing world of popular software, VoceVista seems to be maintaining its place as the software of choice for feedback on the singing voice. We are not content to rest with that, however. After a long period of
Earlier this year I had an opportunity to present workshops on effective use of the feedback from VoceVista with our affordable EGG to three groups of users in different parts of the world: Santiago, Chile; Trossingen, Germany; and Mexico City.
The protocol included a descending chromatic scale over a perfect fifth (8 semitones) from ranges selected to show how the singer’s formant might show characteristic and variable patterns among and within subjects. In a single subject the higher formants are
By Donald MillerThe death of a great singer always brings to mind a circumstance that I have found frustrating from the point of view of vocal pedagogy: most of the “knowledge” on which an extraordinary singing technique is based —