spectrograms

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spectrograms
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2010-04-11 13:01:38
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spectrogram analysis
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  1. aspiration becomes noticeable at...
    30ms gap
  2. interdental fricatives are ______compared to labiodental
    shorter
  3. F1 of approximants
    low
  4. /w/ formants
    close f1 and f2 and almost never has f3
  5. /j/ formants
    f1 and f2 very far apart
  6. /r/ formants
    fi and f2 and f3 all very close
  7. /l/ formants
    F1 and F2 are close but F3 is far
  8. Hz for alveolar frication
    4,000-8,000
  9. Hz for palatoalveolar
    2,000-6,000
  10. what does an affricate look like
    stop gap followed by frication
  11. which affricates are longer?
    voiceless
  12. which affricates elongate the preceding vowel?
    voiced
  13. Hz of alveolar locus
    1800 (F2 points to it)
  14. what is negative VOT called
    lead
  15. nature of bilabials
    almost 0 VOT, ~800Hz bowing formants
  16. velar characteristics
    pinching ~3000 Hz
  17. which sounds can have formants
    vowels and sonorants
  18. lax vowels are shorter except for...
    front lo
  19. F1 of hi vowel
    low
  20. F2 of front vowel
    high
  21. F2 of back vowel
    low
  22. what can lengthen VOT?
    a following hi vowel
  23. what lengthens sonorants?
    a following voiced obstruent
  24. /tr/ looks like...
    palatoalveolar frication
  25. what does /r/ do
    lowers F3

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