A singer or voice actor is an athlete of their throat and larynx. Professional singers are well known around the world, voice actors are often not so recognized. Although both professions share the same goal, which is to work/have a career surrounded by their vocalization. Voice acting is the art of doing voice-overs or providing voices for animated characters in various works, such as feature films, dubbed foreign language films, animated films, television programs, commercials, radio, comedy routines, video games, puppet shows, amusement rides announcers, audiobooks, podcasts and documentaries.
Both singers and voice actors need to display ultimate control with a broad range of styles and sound abilities. Understanding the mechanics of the throat, its muscles, and breathing techniques is just like a sport. This is because when involved avidly in sports people use their bodies to train their muscles. This training is in an effort to be in a good condition, suitable to excel as well as be successful in the sport focused on. Singers and voice actors are athletes, who are training in the sport of vocalization.
The kinematic performance needs of the throat for singers and voice acting professionals are as follows:
1.Flexibility of the musculus extrinsic laryngis
2.The muscular power of the muscles relevant to vocalization
3.Control in inhaling and exhaling breaths precisely
4:The specific technique/style of the vocalization or singing
Note1:We cannot control muscles relating to vocalization by ourselves. Each person has a different way of training and learning to establish control with the muscles used to vocalize. For some people it can be several movements, and for others it can even be a singular movement.