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Definitions

  1. Sibilance is a natural phenomenon of spoken language.
  2. Sibilance is a smart, well-adjusted musical prodigy with a father who adores her and gives her plenty of freedom. (Web site)
  3. Sibilance is a situation in which consonants like S's and T's are unduly prominient in speaking or singing. (Web site)
  4. Sibilance is a quarterly queer audio magazine, edited and compiled by the folks at Trip Records and Baby Rhino Press.
  5. Sibilance is a one man ambient-drone-prepared-guitar-musique-concrete project and involves an amazing array of instrumentation and techniques.

Recording

  1. Plus the best way to control sibilance is when recording.
  2. I'm wondering if anyone can give some advice regarding removing sibilance from a recording (And I apologise if my terminology below is incorrect.

Sibilance

  1. No anagrams for sibilance found in this word list. (Web site)
  2. Sibilance is a situation in which consonants like S's and T's are unduly prominient in speaking or singing. (Web site)
  3. A selection of the signal r(t) containing a sibilance was compared to the known noise n(t).
  4. Sally sells seashells by the seashore is a phrase that would emphasize sibilance. (Web site)
  5. Hutchinson encyclopedia article about sibilance.

Signal

  1. A selection of the signal r(t) containing a sibilance was compared to the known noise n(t).
  2. One way to solve our problems is to use an adaptive detection filter, and only compress the signal when the sibilance occurs.
  3. Another problem is that signal processing often accentuates sibilance.
  4. Because sibilance is a natural occurrence in human speech, it is impossible to obtain an input signal that does not have the"s" sound.

Sound

  1. This is no time to get creative; rather, strive for a natural, unaffected sound minus the unwanted sibilance.
  2. Sibilance Sibilance refers to the high frequency components of certain vocal sounds, especially "s" and "sh".
  3. SIBILANCE. The presence of strongly emphasized s, sh, ch, z, j sounds in speech called sibilants.
  4. Because sibilance is a natural occurrence in human speech, it is impossible to obtain an input signal that does not have the"s" sound.

Definition

  1. Sibilance - Definition of Sibilance is presented by 1913 online Webster's Dictionary.
  2. Sibilance - Bringing definitions together to make searching a lot easier.
  3. Definition of sibilance from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

Free

  1. Definition of sibilance at Dictionary.com with free audio pronunciation.
  2. Overall, the M-Audios delivered a cleaner, crisper sound, free of the gritty harshness and noticeable sibilance exhibited by the Bose.

Word

  1. No direct anagrams for sibilance found in this word list. (Web site)
  2. Another example of consonance is the word 'sibilance' itself.

Profile

  1. Sibilance's profile has been viewed by 5 members today.
  2. MySpace music profile for NO SIBILANCE with tour dates, songs, videos, pictures, blogs, band information, downloads and more.

Tracks

  1. I---ve been trying to listen to the tracks on my album on different systems, and on headphones there are often sibilance issues.
  2. WHAT IT IS For those not in the know, a de-esser is just what the word suggests: a device for getting rid of unwanted esses, or sibilance, from vocal tracks.

Found

  1. No direct anagrams for sibilance found in this word list. (Web site)
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Selection

  1. A selection of the signal r(t) containing a sibilance was compared to the known noise n(t).
  2. A selection of articles related to sibilance.

Categories

  1. Evaluation > Analysis > Tests > Anagrams
  2. Word List
  3. Consonants
  4. Signal
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