Brian Shute, Ph.D., CCC
Speech-Language Pathologist
P.O. Box 30621
Spokane, WA 99223

Singing With an Artificial Larynx
Here, Dr. Brian Shute, Speech-Language Pathologist, demonstrates to the Seattle Laryngectomee Club how to sing with a TruTone artificial larynx. This modified rendition of Old MacDonald demonstrates upward and downward pitch variations using the device. This circa 1997 video was...

Stuttering and Delayed Auditory Feedback
This is an 18 year-old man demonstrating delayed auditory feedback (DAF) using a small, inexpensive pocket sized device. While DAF does not completely eliminate stuttering behaviors, it often reduces both primary and secondary characteristics of the disorder. There may be...

Example of intonation using a TruTone Artificial Larynx
This video is an example of scaled intonation as opposed to two-step inflection. Here, laryngectomee Bo Mayo demonstrates Mary Had A Little Lamb using a TruTone artificial larynx. Dynamic intonation is controlled by a pressure sensitive button on the side...

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