Most sounds created by the human voice are typically characterized by some form of vibration. Vocal sounds are a direct result of air flow passing in and out of the body. Try and make a sound after opening your mouth as wide as you can. What sound do you hear?
Very close to silent is the unobstructed flow of air passing through the human "voice box." By not hearing the sound of silence one can be certain that something is vibrating. This vibration is what is called the human voice. A partially obstructed flow of air going in and out of the body.
What then is "Sound History?" Is it something here one minute and gone the next? From where does is come and to where does it go? Perhaps it is always here, but people define it in a particular way. - E.M.
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