The distinctive voices of radio broadcasters may be a result of their vocal cords being more elastic.
Anthony and Tara learn that with the help of some common chemicals their singing voices can sound a whole lot different.
If you've ever been amazed at the thought of a human voice shattering glass (and, really, why wouldn't you be?), here's your chance to see how it's done.
A mood-stabilizing drug that restores the brain to its juvenile state could one day give adults the ability to improve their singing and learn new languages. Continue reading →
You can tell a lot about a person based on how they speak. But can voice alone tell you things about a person, like their height and weight? Laci looks at the connection between a person's appearance and the way they sound.