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Daniel J. Kent Compare your waveform and spectrograph print out with those of your teammates.  Using the  information in chapter 5 explain the similarities and differences between speakers. Individual: Similarities in waveform: - They both go for about the same time. - the frequencies stay about the same for the entire three seconds Differences in waveform: The waveform is much larger on the lower pitched one. The lower pitched has a higher amplitude. Similarities in spectrograph: - My F1 in both are very low and close to the bottom. - My F3 on the higher pitched one is similar to the lower pitched F3 they both are around 2000 Hz - Differences in spectrograph: My F4 with the lower frequency is near around 4000 Hz The higher pitched has a very faint F4 frequency its much higher The F2 is almost identical the lower frequency is slightly higher The F3 is almost identical the lower frequency is also slightly higher. They are in the range of 1000-2000 Hz
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Unformatted text preview: production systems: Difference with respect to the independence of the resonance and sound: • Center Frequency for the resonance is much higher in the lower pitched /e/ Similarities with respect to the independence of the resonance and sound: • The resonant curve is similar in that it curves in the same point. Group: Waveforms: Similarties-My frequency for the lower pitch was much larger then the higher one, Differences-Where as Sarah and Marissa’s frequencies were about the same.-Spectrographs: Similarities-We all had a low F1 and higher F2, making a big space between the two.-Sarah’s high frequency resembled my signal. Differences-Mine was a little bit darker then the girls because he is a male so his frequencies were larger in number.-Marissa’s higher pitch sound was much weaker than all of the other results. -Marissa’s F1 was the lowest for both tests....
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