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The Physics of Singing

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Silene DeCiucies

on 11 June 2010

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Transcript of The Physics of Singing

ThePhysics of Singing... and Beyond Silene DeCiucies La la la la la la.... This spectrogram shows the different frequencies that make up three different vowels. Frequency goes up the vertical axis. The darker the image, the louder that particular frequency is. For each vowel, the first two formants (the lowest dark bands) are marked.
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