Voice Centre’s articles, reviews and research

All articles on this page are written in English. All articles are written by Daniel Zangger Borch, unless otherwise indicated. For a full list of articles, visit Articles on the Swedish version of Voice Centre.


Voice Centres artiklar om sång och sångröstenInvestigation describing voice function of four nonclassical styles of singing PDF 729 KB. Some Phonatory and Resonatory Characteristics of the Rock, Pop, Soul, and Swedish Dance Band Styles of Singing. By Daniel Zangger Borch & Johan Sundberg, KTH.

My Top Three Vocal Tips PDF 54 KB. To be able to ”go all the way” with your singing you have to give ALL three ”T’s” an equal amount of attention.

Falsetto Register PDF 724 KB. A study of the use of the falsetto registers in singing.

Voice qualities and ideals PDF 756 KB. There are innumerable voice qualities and ideals. An ideal in itself is often a combination of several other ideals. This is a list of some of the most common expressions and vocal ideals.

Blast from the past PDF 20 KB. In English. Thoughts about looped rhythms tendency to put people into a trance.

Is the “Sacculus” our inherited key to experiencing the very soul of music – Rhythm? PDF 20 KB. Project description of a research proposal: Why do we like to hear our own voice in group at football matches & why we are attracted to listen to music at high volume.

Observations of timing in a Funk groove PDF 648 KB. A study of the timing specific to Funk music.
By Matthias Rath & Daniel Zangger Borch.


”Daniel has several interesting questions that should be processed and disseminated to in particular singing teachers and interested of popular singing”

Johan Sundberg, Professor of Musikakustik, KTH

Vocal fold vibration and voice source aperiodicity in ‘dist’ tones PDF 497 KB. A study of a timbral ornament in rock singing. Published in Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology.
By D. Zangger Borch, J. Sundberg, P-Å Lindestad and M. Thalén.

Spectral distribution of solo voice & accompaniment in pop music PDF 60 KB. A study of the tone procedure of male rock, pop and soul singers. Published in Logopedics Phoniatrics vocology..
By Daniel Zangger Borch & Johan Sundberg, KTH.