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Hard attack The phrase ‘Annie ate an apple’ is often used by voice therapists to test for what is known as hard attack. This is when the vocal folds are brought together with too much force. It is … Speech Therapy Resources, Speech Pathology, Speech Language Pathologists, Speech And Language, Therapy Sites, Therapy Tools, Fluency Activities, The Voice
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Easy Onset

Easy onset means bringing the vocal cords together gently when starting to speak. It’s the opposite of hard attack – which can damage the vocal cords.

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