timbre

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Englisch - Türkisch
özel ses tonu
tınnet
tını
ses rengi
ses tonu
ses renk
(Tıp) Ses tınısı
(Tıp) timbre
timbre voice
(Tiyatro) tınılı ses
timbres
tınılar
Englisch - Englisch
The quality of a sound independent of its pitch and volume
the quality of a tone, as distinguished from intensity and pitch
Tone color It's the quality of sound that make one instrument or voice sound different from another For example, a flute has a different timbre than a clarinet
How the ear identifies and classifies sound Example: the timbre of the same note played by two different instruments (flute and tuba) will not be the same
The character or quality of a sound that distinguishes one instrument, voice, or other sound source from another
The quality of a sound that distinguishes it from other sounds of the same pitch and volume The distinctive tone of an instrument or a singing voice
The tone, "color," or texture of a sound The term timbre encompasses all of the qualities of a sound besides loudness and pitch, such as smooth, rough, hollow, peaceful, mechanical, etc
The sound or quality of an Instrument Back
The characteristic texture of a musical sound determined by its harmonic structure Timbres are often described in non-audio terms like "bright", "warm ", or "rough "
{i} tone of voice, quality of sound
The type of sound produced by an instrument or voice
The timbre of the instrument is what makes an instrument sound like that instrument and not another, even though the other instrument may be playing the same pitch
An element of expression referring to the character or quality of sound that distinguishes one instrument, voice, or sound source from another
Environmental Vocal: Percussive Wind String Electronic Special Effects Timbre is the tone quality of sound Each sound source produces it own distinctive timbre, which is determined by its size, shape, construction and use Sound sources may include everyday environmental sounds as well as stringed, percussion and wind (woodwind and brass) instruments Also, the body can be used for producing a variety of percussive and vocal sounds Any sound source can be used in nontraditional ways to produce certain desired effects
The quality or tone distinguishing voices or instruments; tone color; clang tint; as, the timbre of the voice; the timbre of a violin
The particular quality of sound produced by a voice or instrument
the property of a sound that distinguishes it from all other Tone color
How an instrument sounds The technical definition has to do with how an instrument amplifies the overtones of a note Intuitively, it's that distinct sound that makes a piano a piano and not an oboe If someone played a note on a piano, You would know, without looking, that a piano had been played, and not some other instrument
The timbre of someone's voice or of a musical instrument is the particular quality of sound that it has. His voice had a deep timbre The timbre of the violin is far richer than that of the mouth organ. the quality of the sound made by a particular instrument or voice (, from tympanon; TIMPANI). Quality of sound that distinguishes one instrument, voice, or other sound source from another. Timbre largely results from a characteristic combination of overtones produced by different instruments. This distinctive combination (which usually varies across the range of pitches) is what principally permits a listener to distinguish a clarinet from a flute, an alto from a tenor, or even a Stradivarius violin from a Guarneri violin, when both are sounding the same pitch. One element of timbre results from the differing methods of producing the sounds (blowing, bowing, striking, etc.), especially audible at the moment a note begins
the characteristic sound of an instrument
The crest on a coat of arms
See Tone, and Partial tones, under Partial
The quality of a sound determined by its partial structure, that is the relative frequencies and amplitudes of the various sinewaves which collectively make up that particular sound It is more or less synonymous with "tone" It is this quality which allows you to distinguish between a flute and an oboe playing the same pitch at the same volume
See 1st Timber
The perceived tonal quality of a sound based on the pitch and the relative mix of fundamental and harmonic frequencies; the perceptual counterpart of spectrum
(tim'-ber) [French ] The crest which in an achievement is shown on the top of a helmet
(music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound); "the timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely"; "the muffled tones of the broken bell summoned them to meet"
Tone or sound quality
The quality given to a sound by its overtones
The quality of a sound related to its harmonic structure Timbre is what gives a voice or instrument its sonic signature -- why a trumpet and a saxophone sound different when they play the same note
That attribute of auditory sensation by which a listener discriminates between two sounds of similar loudness and pitch, but of different tonal quality Timbre depends primarily upon the spectrum of the stimulus, but it also depends upon the waveform, the sound pressure, the frequency location of the spectrum, and the temporal characteristics of the stimulus
The specific aural fingerprint or signature of an instrument or voice made up of a unique palette of overtones or harmonics In loudspeakers, the reproduction of correct timbre is a combined function of direct sound and early and reverberant reflections
A sound's tone color, which is a function of its harmonic content
The overall effect or quality of a bell's sound
timbres
plural of timbre
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) timbre
timbre

    Silbentrennung

    tim·bre

    Türkische aussprache

    tîmbır

    Aussprache

    /ˈtəmbər/ /ˈtɪmbɜr/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1849. French, from Middle French, bell struck by a hammer, from Old French, drum, from Middle Greek tymbanon kettledrum, from Greek tympanon; more at TYMPANUM.

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