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==Definition==
 
The [[amplitude]] of the [[harmonics]] resulting from [[vocal folds|vocal fold]] vibration falls off by 12 [[dB]] per [[octave]]. This means that each time the [[frequency]] doubles, the amplitude of the harmonics decreases by 12 dB. This is called the '''spectral slope''' (or '''tilt''' or '''roll-off''') in the source [[spectrum]].
 
The [[amplitude]] of the [[harmonics]] resulting from [[vocal folds|vocal fold]] vibration falls off by 12 [[dB]] per [[octave]]. This means that each time the [[frequency]] doubles, the amplitude of the harmonics decreases by 12 dB. This is called the '''spectral slope''' (or '''tilt''' or '''roll-off''') in the source [[spectrum]].
  
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Latest revision as of 10:13, 4 November 2014

Definition

The amplitude of the harmonics resulting from vocal fold vibration falls off by 12 dB per octave. This means that each time the frequency doubles, the amplitude of the harmonics decreases by 12 dB. This is called the spectral slope (or tilt or roll-off) in the source spectrum.

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