A Acoustic Phonetics

@inproceedings{Suprasegmentals2004AAP,
  title={A Acoustic Phonetics},
  author={Coarticulation • Suprasegmentals},
  year={2004}
}
teristics of speech. Speech consists of variations in air pressure that result from physical disturbances of air molecules caused by the flow of air out of the lungs. This airflow makes the air molecules alternately crowd together and move apart (oscillate), creating increases and decreases, respectively, in air pressure. The resulting sound wave transmits these changes in pressure from speaker to hearer. Sound waves can be described in terms of physical properties such as cycle, period… Expand

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