The pitch of Ross Mathews’ voice is produced in the same way as everyone else’s.
The sound of the human voice is a result of a number of components in the body. The most integral of these is the larynx. Inside the larynx are the vocal cords. When air passes by the vocal cords on its way from the lungs to the mouth, the cords vibrate and give voice to the air. It is the characteristics of the vocal chords that determine the voice’s pitch.
Ross Mathews first gained fame as “Ross the Intern” on “The Tonight Show.” He has moved on to work on other television projects including “Chelsea Lately.” He is also in the development stage of creating his own show for the E! Network.
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