acoustic spectrum


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acoustic spectrum

[ə′küs·tik ′spek·trəm]
(acoustics)
The range of acoustic frequencies, extending from subsonic to ultrasonic frequencies, that is, approximately from zero to at least 1 megahertz.
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After measuring the full acoustic spectrum of each sound,he concluded sheep vocalised stress by altering the overall quality of sounds, rather than by changes in pitch and loudness over time.
OBJECTIVE OBSERVATIONS AND MEASURES: ACOUSTIC SPECTRUM
The acoustic spectrum of classical singing is dominated by clear formant zones, including the well known singer's formant that is used to project the voice over the sound of an orchestra.

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