any acoustic property of a speech sound that may be recorded and analyzed, as its fundamental frequency or formant structure.
an acoustic property that defines a class of speech sounds, especially in distinctive feature analysis, as acute, grave, or diffuse.
They are not responsible for any specific sound or acoustic feature of sounds except, possibly, accent or stress.
Language Edward Sapir
(phonetics) any of the acoustic components or elements present in a speech sound and capable of being experimentally observed, recorded, and reproduced
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- Acoustic feedback
(in an audio system, especially a public-address system) the feedback of sound from a loudspeaker to a microphone, often resulting in a whistling noise caused by electrical oscillations.
- Acoustic guitar
a traditional, unamplified guitar. Contemporary Examples Darren and him were talking and Bruce had an acoustic guitar and picked it up and played the song for Darren. Rourke’s Resurrection Tom Tapp October 7, 2008 George would take out his lyric book and acoustic guitar and play us the song we would be working on that […]
- Acoustic impedance
the total reaction of a medium to the transmission of sound through it, expressed as the ratio of sound pressure to particle velocity at a given point in the medium.