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spectrogram

Line breaks: spec¦tro|gram
Pronunciation: /ˈspɛktrə(ʊ)ɡram
 
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Definition of spectrogram in English:

noun

A photographic or other visual or electronic representation of a spectrum.
Example sentences
  • Nowadays, most spectrograms map frequency to a predefined color table to visually clarify the plot.
  • For the study of vowels and consonants, the waveform is presented as a spectrogram, on which sounds appear as recognizable visual patterns.
  • As I was trained as a linguist, I of course studied spectrograms and sound analyses.

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