acoustic phenomenon


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a physical phenomenon associated with the production or transmission of sound

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The lowered larynx of classical technique enlarges the laryngeal vestibule (the area just above the larynx) which gives rise to an acoustic phenomenon known as the "singer's formant," defined as energy in the acoustic signal in the area of 3,000-3,500 Hz.
Further--more, noise is not just an acoustic phenomenon, for instance, music composed according to principles of integral serialism may sound as pure noise to a Mozart-lover or jazzenthusiastic.
The singer-songwriter and acoustic phenomenon will play the venue as part of his biggest UK tour to date and will be at the theatre on November 16.
Maciejewski wrote: "My harmonic means are based on the natural acoustic phenomenon of the overtones.