The voice is both moving muscle and moving air. The vocal muscles adjust the cords for the pitch, and there is a specific size of the glottal slit. The moving air passes through this glottal slit, vibrating in a pattern as determined by the slit. Thus, air is crowded together into a column of a certain diameter, height, and direction depending on the adjustment for the particular pitch.
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