Acoustic correlate

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Sound spectrograms provide certain cues to the identity of the speech segment. The acoustic correlate of a fricative consonant, for example, is a random noise pattern, especially in higher frequency regions, but dependent on the place of articulation.


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics