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Two modes dynamical systems vocal cords vibrate at

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Two Modes!
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Dynamical Systems Vocal Cords = vibrate at multiple frequencies simultaneously What happens to the Mass-Spring System if we have 2 masses & 3 springs? Frequency 1 Frequency 2
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Dynamical Systems Vocal Cords = vibrate at multiple frequencies simultaneously What happens to the Mass-Spring System if we have 3 masses ?
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Dynamical Systems Vocal Cords = vibrate at multiple frequencies simultaneously How many modes do the vocal cords have? How many masses/springs can you divide a string into?
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Dynamical Systems Mass + Spring Systems = Simple Harmonic Motion Air Ear Drum Basilar Membrane different stiffness at different parts Vocal Cords an infinite number of modes
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Coarticulati on
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Coarticulati on Acoustics: Properties of both phonemes simultaneously Formant transitions Articulation: gestures overlap preparing for next gesture while finishing the previous
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Hide = /h ɑ i d/ Pan = /p æ æ n/ We need to know how the articulators move!
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Coarticulati on Movement of the Tongue Tip Speed = Steepness of line.
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Imagine a consistent speed: tongue moves at . 5mm/ms How long to say : / ɪt / (4  0 mm) /it/ (2.5  0 mm) /æt/ (6  0 mm) / ɑ t/ (9  0 mm) /s/ V /t/
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Coarticulati on Movement of the Tongue Tip Articulator Movement changes speed. Slows down towards the goal.
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Articulation Problem Does your tongue have to move the same distance to make /s/?
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