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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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.
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.
Miller and VoceVista held a groundbreaking Conference in June of 2007 at SUNY-Fredonia (NY) where, during a CCM master class, real-time EGG (electroglottography) closed quotient (CQ) readings and acoustic spectrum analyses were projected on a screen behind the singers.

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