The ultimate tool for singers & speakers
The Zangger VoicePipe™ is an essential tool for healthy vocalization. Singers, artists, speakers, teachers, actors, sales personnel and others now have access to a fantastic tool for training the voice to work without pain and fatigue.
It builds strength and vocal stamina by helping you to stretch and decompress the vocal folds in a healthy and sustainable way. You will experience lower vocal stress and greater vocal strength for singing and speaking success.
When to use it:
- In the morning shower, to get the voice ready for the day
- After a long day of extensive voice use
- Before and after rehearsals, gigs, speeches, teaching and presentations
- Whenever your voice feels fatigued
Why to use it:
- Find more energy for your voice
- Stretches and decompresses the vocal folds in a controlled and safe manner
- Increase your vocal volume
How It Works
The Zangger VoicePipe™ is the result of solid voice research and experience, which has proven the benefits of stretching and decompressing the vocal folds in a controlled and safe manner. Voice scientists refer to this as vocalizing with a semi-occluded vocal tract; its benefits are widely known.
“Increase your vocal volume!”
When you vocalize into the pipe, the vocal folds, square up the different vocal fold layers, keeping the vocal folds slightly separated; this means that there are no strong collisions between the vocal folds. This allows you to use full lung pressure and a full range of pitches without risking injury to the voice. The results can be a healthier “vocal setup” including more volume in the higher partials (“ring”) and thereby a louder perceived volume.
“Find more energy for your voice!”
The Zangger VoicePipe™ also makes phonation easier through lowering the phonation threshold pressure (this is the lung pressure it takes to make your vocal folds vibrate). These benefits are felt in all areas of voice use including vocal warm ups, vocal cool downs and general voice habilitation. The VoicePipe has the added benefit as a tool for practicing balance between voice registers and the intrinsic muscles of the larynx.