acoustic spectrum

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Synonyms for acoustic spectrum

the distribution of energy as a function of frequency for a particular sound source

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20] Tomoki Toda, Alan Black, Keiichi Tokuda, "Statistical Mapping between Articulatory Movements and Acoustic Spectrum using Gaussian Mixture Models", Speech Communication, vol.
While bird and animal calls were once thought to be randomly scattered across the acoustic spectrum, many researchers now say the distribution is not accidental.
The voice science community continues to investigate differences among the various styles of singing, including: 1) physiologic aspects of registration related to muscle function and configuration of the glottis; 2) breath and airflow management, including typical sub-glottal pressure required to sustain phonation; and 3) variations in the acoustic spectrum that are related to gender and style.
The spectral ripple test, developed at the University of Iowa, is a good clinical test to evaluate the ability of implant users to resolve the acoustic spectrum [47-48].
The other end of the acoustic spectrum will see, on October 28, Unplugged welcoming Ben Dixon, a unique solo artist with a mix of Dylan-esque lyrics and blues-style music, accompanied by both a bodhran and violin.
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