Multiple Choice Test

Multiple Choice Quiz

Try these questions. Just click on the answer you think is right.

1.   The vocal technique that Seth Riggs is best known for:

  A.  Singing for the Stars

  B.  The Belting Voice

  C.  Speech Level Singing

  D.  The Falsetto Voice
2.   The lowest male vocal range:

  A.   Bass voice

  B.   Chest voice

  C.   Low Voice

  D.   Counter Tenor
3.   The highest female vocal range:

  A.  Soprano
  B.  Falsetto
  C.  Contralto

  D.  Mezzo Soprano

4.   The combination of head voice and chest voice is often called:

  A.  The in-between voice
  B.  The Mix voice
  C.  The Middle voice
  D.  B and C

5.   The wobbling sound often present in the trained voice:
  A.  Vibrato
  B.  Vocal Wobble
  C.  Modulation
  D.  Bleating

6.   Everybody’s voice is:
  A.  Interesting 

  B.  Unique
  C.  Trainable
  D.  All of the above

7.   The “average” male vocal range:
  A.  Bass
  B.  Baritone
  C.  Tenor
  D.  Alto
8.   The voice is powered from:
  A.  The Larynx
  B.  The vocal folds
  C.  The Lungs
  D.  The Head voice
9.   Vocal fold vibration creates sound...:

  A.  Structures
  B.  Waves
  C.  Noises
  D.  Files
10.   Your “breathing” muscles:
  A.  The diaphragm
  B.  The rib muscles
  C.  The abdominal muscles

  D.  All of the above
11.   How fast your vocal folds vibrate will determine the...:
  A.  Volume
  B.  Pitch
  C.  Vibrato
  D.  Tone colour

12.   Sound is measured in:
  A.  Degrees
  B.  Hertz
  C.  Decibels
  D.  Both A and B
13.   A bright, high larynx, nasal sounding voice quality:
  A.  Twang
  B.  Falsetto
  C.  Head Voice
  D.  Mix voice
14.   Another name for the “false” vocal folds:
  A.  Vocal fold mass
  B.  Thin folds
  C.  Thick folds
  D.  Vestibular folds
15.   The effect of lowering the larynx is that it will:

  A.  Brighten the vocal tone 

  B.  Minimise vibrato

  C.  Increase volume
  D.  Darken the vocal tone
16.   One of these is not a symptom on vocal damage:
  A.  Huskiness
  B.  Losing the voice
  C.  Laryngeal tilt
  D.  Loss of vocal power
17.   One of these is not a factor that may contribute to voice problems:
  A.  Smoke
  B.  Coughing
  C.  Excessive talking
  D.  Swallowing
18.   The term “onset” describes:
   A.  The beginning of a song
   B.  The meeting of breath and vibration at the vocal folds
   C.  The beginning of a condition called “vocal nodules
   D.  A specific singing quality
19.   Which of the following is not an articulator?
   A.  The lips
   B.  The tongue
   C.  The velor port  

   D.  The teeth
20.  When the false vocal folds are held away from the true vocal folds, they are:

   A.  Retracted
   B.  Relaxed
   C.  Constricted
   D.  Separated