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Synonyms for low-pitched

being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations

Synonyms for low-pitched

used of sounds and voices


set at a low angle or slant

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Low-pitched voices generate higher advertising effectiveness than high-pitched voices on a non-gendered product.
TP3 could change his voice low-pitched; he was reborn as real man.
There are important low-pitched and high-pitched heart sounds that might be missed if both sides aren't used.
In some cultures or settings, authority and dominance is signaled by high-pitched vocalization (e.g., the Japanese samurai or the Nazi Gestapo), while in others authority is conveyed by low-pitched vocalization (e.g., American advertisement of manly products, such as beer and trucks).
So when a loud advert comes on unexpectedly, the low-pitched sounds in the commercial, usually the music, are amplified and distorted.
In Mongolia, it features Hustain Nuruu National Park, home to Przewalski's horse, the world's last remaining species of wild equine; exploring the habitat for Bactrian camels, Agali mountain sheep, goitered gazelle and Saker Falcons; the dunes known as the "Singing Sands," which emit a remarkable low-pitched groan when the surface is disturbed by the wind; a visit with a camel-herding family to take in the scenery on the back of a Bactrian camel; the Flaming Cliffs, rich with fossils and site of the 1923 discovery of the first nest of dinosaur eggs the world had ever seen; and the Gobi Desert at the Three Camel Lodge, named one of the "Top 50 Ecolodges" by National Geographic Adventure.
Plucking Strings--Students need a piece of thick heavy string to find out how high-pitched and low-pitched sounds are produced in string instruments.
People didn't understand my low-pitched deep voice, and the choirs didn't want anything to do with me."
French newborns' cries started low-pitched and then moved higher.
They found that German newborns tend to cry with a high-pitched to low-pitched pattern while French newborns tend to cry with the opposite pattern--low-pitched to high-pitched.
For example, high-pitched sounds have been shown to enhance sweet or sour flavours, while low-pitched sounds are more associated with bitter, savoury flavours.
"We also demonstrated that koalas use these additional vocal folds to produce their extremely low-pitched mating calls." The koala's bellow calls are produced as a continuous series of sounds on inhalation and exhalation, similar to a donkey's braying, Charlton explains.
"If you hear a high-pitched bark from your dog, it is inviting you to come here but, if it's a low-pitched bark, it's telling you to go away."
Dog calls that were long and high-pitched were seen by humans to reveal fear while long low-pitched calls were viewed as aggressive.
Symptoms may include: nausea and vomiting; abnormal, jerky eye movements; loss of hearing, particularly low-pitched sounds, and feeling of pressure in the affected ear.