(isim) titreklik [müz.]

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A rapid repetition of the same note, or an alternation between two or more notes. It can also be intended to mean a rapid and repetitive variation in pitch for the duration of a note. It is notated by a strong diagonal bar across the note stem, or a detached bar for a set of notes (or stemless notes)
Excessively wide or fast vibrato that leads to a loss of a distinct sense of central pitch Usually caused by poor breath support and a faulty control of the singing muscles
A periodic change in amplitude, usually controlled by an LFO, with a periodicity of less than 20Hz Compare with vibrato
A cyclic change in amplitude, usually in the range of 7 to 14 Hz
a circuit that periodically varies the amplifier output level at a rate and depth set by controls on the amplifier The terms vibrato and tremolo are sometimes used interchangeably
The rapid reiteration of tones without any apparent cessation, so as to produce a tremulous effect
To play a note or chord over and over rapidly
quick and continuous reiteration of a single pitch
Like vibrato, but for volume
A cyclic change in amplitude, usually in the range of 7 to 14 Hz Usually achieved by routing a LFO (low frequency oscillator) to a VCA (voltage controlled amplifier)
Tremolo is an effect that modulates the sound, or a bar on a guitar to change the pitch of the strings
If someone's singing or speaking voice has a tremolo in it, it moves up and down instead of staying on the same note. tremolos musical notes which are repeated very quickly
(Italian for "a trembling" or "a shaking") the alternation between two notes as rapidly as possible
A low-frequency variation in a sound's amplitude envelope In SFX Machine, you can create tremolo by amplitude modulating a sound with a sine or triangle wave in the 5 to 9 Hz range
{i} trembling or vibrating sound (Music)
A quivering or fluttering On strings, an effect produced by the rapid alternation of an up and down bow In singing, an unsteady tone On a vibraphone, the rapid alternation of chord tones produced by the mallets striking the metal bars of the vibraphone in drum roll fashion
Is used to describe AM, but this is not recommended because tremolo is used to describe other things, such as a rapid reiteration of a note or even a trill
vocal vibrato especially an excessive or poorly controlled one
(music) a tremulous effect produced by rapid repetition of a single tone or rapid alternation of two tones
(isim) titreklik [müz.]