What is the Meaning & Definition of vocalization

The word vocalization is used to refer to the Act of vocalizing, i.e., prepare the voice that a person must do before using it in public, usually when it comes to singers or people who engage in public speaking. The vocalization is always very important and may not be sautéed because in the same way it happens with muscles or other parts of the body, the intensive use of the vocal cords without rest or preparation can easily cause injuries that can cause lose voice either momentary or extended.
When a person is engaged professionally to the use of his vocal chords to sing or to give speeches in public, for example, it is important to use vocalization before carrying out the Act in public. Vocalization is to preheat the vocal cords (in the same way that is you can pre-heat other muscles when aerobic routine for example) so that these, at the intensive use, injured and leave the person without speaking (in addition to possible pain). Obviously, depending on the type of need that person vocalization may be of greater or lesser intensity.
There are usually many exercises of vocalization that basically consist repeating vowels, letters or syllables so that the vocal cords are entering the exercise and are not completely cold when you first start to sing or speak. Relaxation and stretching of the vocal exercises are also important, as it is also significant to include different muscles of the face, neck and chest in the exercise through movements of sleep and stress, massage or stimulation with warm liquids that can soften the existing rough edges. Vocalization helps, moreover, have better tuning to be the vocal cords ready to be used.
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