The Reason Vocal Cords Produce High Sounding Audio and the Reason Vocal Cords Produce Low Sounding Audio

The sounds vocal cords produce (or any sound for that matter) is completely dependent upon the ambient atmospheric pressure around them. If the air surrounding the speaker is low density (eg. helium) than the voice in general will sound high pitched. If the air around the speaker is high density (eg. on other planets) than the voice in general will sound low pitched...

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