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(Aucoustic) Any relationship
described by superparticular integers such as 1"2"3"4..., Any parial of a
complex tone whos frequency is an integral multiple of the frequency of
the fundamental of that tone
(Aucoustic) The interval between
two tones with the fundamental frequency ration of 1:2 or thereabouts; a
listener may tolerate and even prefer an inexact one-to-two
correspondence. The octave percept carries with it the strong impression
that the two tones share the same pitch, although they are clearly
seperated in pitch height
(Aucoustic) Any component of a
complex tone, including the fundamental. A tone partial may or may not
be periodic; its duration may be equal to that of the complex tone, or
it may have an exceedingly short duration
(Aucoustic) synonymous with
half-step. The smallest pitch increment in the twelve-tone equal
tempered set. The terms semitone and half-step may stand for either a
change in pitch name (ex E-F) or a chromatic alteration with pitch name
retained (ex F-F#)
(Auditory) "tone color/quality"
terms that denote properties of sound (besides pitch and loudness) which
combine to produce an overall auditory identity of character.
(recognizing a specific persons voice over the phone)