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Acoustic Properties of Stop Consonants

Acoustic Properties of Stop Consonants,10.1121/1.1908634,Journal of The Acoustical Society of America,M. Halle,G. W. Hughes,J. P. A. Radley

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    • ...Early work [1] using burst spectra showed that labials and alveolars had diffuse spectra as compared with the peaked spectra of velars...

    Veena Karjigiet al. INVESTIGATION OF ACOUSTIC ATTRIBUTES OF MARATHI UNVOICED STOPS FOR CLA...

    • ...Acoustic energy is emitted in the production of /k/ and other stop consonants only subsequent to this closure period, in the form of a burst created by the disocclusion of the vocal tract (see Halle, Hughes, & Radley, 1957)...

    Kathleen Rastleet al. On the complexities of measuring naming

    • ...Voicing, however, did not have an overall effect on whether a release occurred, despite the fact that voiced stop bursts are reported as having a lower amplitude than voiceless stop bursts (Halle, Hughes, and Radley, 1957)...

    Dani Byrd. 54,000 American Stops

    • ...The acoustic modelling of the production of stops has been well described in the classical publications by Fant (1960, 1969), Halle et al. (1957) and Stevens (1998)...

    Rolf Carlson. Using acoustic cues in stop perception

    • ...Halle, Hughes and Radley (1957), for instance, specify that labial stops are cued by spectral energy predominantly at low frequencies (0.5 - 1.5kHz) while velar stops are characterised by ‘strong concentrations of energy in intermediate frequency regions’ (1.5 – 4kHz) (Halle et al. 1957: 108)...
    • ...Halle, Hughes and Radley (1957), for instance, specify that labial stops are cued by spectral energy predominantly at low frequencies (0.5 - 1.5kHz) while velar stops are characterised by ‘strong concentrations of energy in intermediate frequency regions’ (1.5 – 4kHz) (Halle et al. 1957: 108)...

    CARMEN LLAMASet al. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF FACE COVERINGS ON SPEECH ACOUSTICS AND I...

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