Real time MRI of someone talking

An MRI example which shows how the overall shape of the vocal tract (resonating cavity) changes to generate sound (acoustic waveform) during speech.  It nicely illustrates the continuous nature of speech, ie sounds are not produced discretely but are literally co-articulated.  However, there are also some examples of consonants and vowels produced in isolation.  WATCH IT! (Don't be put off by it being in German.  The principle is the same regardless of the language spoken)

Click link to open resource.