Impedance measurements of clarinet player's airway

This page is an appendix for the scientific paper:
C. Fritz and J. Wolfe. "How do clarinet players adjust the resonances of their vocal tracts for different playing effects?" (manuscript submitted to JASA).

Here are the impedance measurements (magnitude and phase) for different players and for different playing effects :

- normal playing mode on the whole register (measured on G3, G4, G5 and G6)

- special effects like pitch bend, slurred register change and tight embouchure

- other special effects like different vowels or comparison between a nice and a bad sound. These measurements were done on suggestion of the players so they are not available for each player.

normal playing
special effects
others
player A
player B
player C
player D
player E
player F

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