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spectrograph - held the vowel Similarities and differences...

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Sarah Fortin Individual: Similarities in waveform: - Both waveforms are of equal length in time, about 3 minutes. - They both have about the same frequencies, they both do not go about 20. Differences in waveform: - The lower pitched /e/ sound seemed to change in frequency through the sound. - The higher pitched had about the same frequency throughout the sound. Similarities in spectrograph: - Both have a large space between F1 and F2 - Both have a small space between F2 and F3 - Both have a low F1 which means the tongue is positioned high. - Both have a higher F2 which means the tongue is positioned slightly to the front. Differences in spectrograph: - The lower /e/ has a lower F1 then the higher pitched. - The higher pitched /e/ is a little choppy because of the breaks in my voice when I
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Unformatted text preview: held the vowel. Similarities and differences with respect to the independence of the resonance and sound production systems:-The vowel /e/ is supposed to be a front vowel which means the F2 should be high which it is.-Also the tongue position is in the middle, so the F1 should be slightly low, which it is a low F1 Group: Waveforms:-Dan’s frequency for the lower sound was much larger then the higher one, where as Sarah and Marissa’s frequencies were about the same. Spectrographs:-We all basically had a low F1 and higher F2, making a big space between the two.-Dan’s was a little bit darker then the girls because he is a male so his frequencies were larger in number....
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