Term Category: Voice Science

A spectrogram is a visual representation of the frequency content of a sound signal over time. It displays the intensity or power of different frequency components of a sound wave on a two-dimensional graph. The horizontal axis represents time, while the vertical axis represents frequency. Spectrograms are commonly used in fields such as audio analysis, speech processing, and music production to analyze and visualize the spectral characteristics of sound. By examining spectrograms, one can identify specific frequencies, patterns, harmonics, and other features of a sound, providing valuable insights into its composition and structure.

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