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Synonyms for sonogram

an image of a structure that is produced by ultrasonography (reflections of high-frequency sound waves)


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Expression proposed by Leipp to refer to the typical shapes of the words in a sentence as they appear on a sonagram, by contrast to vocal form, which refers to the specific shapes of the sung voice, or to instrumental form, which refers to the characteristic shapes of the sounds made by musical instruments.
Sonagrams were made from recordings with a Kay Elemetrics model 5500 and a Krohn-Hite model 3550 filter with high (8.
An aggressive animal makes a low, harsh sound (the "growl") that looks like a low-frequency, broad band on a hypothetical sonagram (see diagram).
I tape-recorded Tree Swallows in North-central Colorado from 1983 through 1998 and developed sonagrams of their vocalizations with the PC software program Avisoft Sonagraph Pro.
Prior to measuring sonagrams, the call structure was examined, revealing that orangutans are able to emit synchronic notes, possibly by means of their huge laryngeal sacs.
I developed sonagrams, via Avisoft-Sonagraph Pro, of 270 pleasure calls of 29 males recorded during nest construction in Colorado in 1985 and 1998.
Sonagrams were printed with a Kay Gray Scale Printer (model 5509).