Acoustic properties of consonants


Acoustic cues for manner of articulation in consonants: . Speech can be roughly segmented into manner of articulation categories by context-free acoustic cues.Stops: Closure (silent) period followed by release burst and abrupt vowel onset. Fricatives: Turbulent noise burst, strong for sibilants, weak for non-sibilants. Nasals: Abrupt onset and offset of a segment with very weak formant structure. Low frequency, periodic energy (voice bar on spectrogram). Approximants: Non-abrupt onset and of29963

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