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  • 1 Voice stress analysis — (VSA) technology is said to record psychophysiological stress responses that are present in human voice, when a person suffers psychological stress in response to a stimulus (question) and where the consequences may be dire for the subject being… …

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  • 2 Modulation — Mod u*la tion, n. [L. modulatio: cf. F. modulation.] 1. The act of modulating, or the state of being modulated; as, the modulation of the voice. [1913 Webster] 2. Sound modulated; melody. [R.] Thomson. [1913 Webster] 3. (Mus.) A change of key,… …

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  • 3 voice — [n1] expression, language articulation, call, cry, delivery, exclamation, inflection, intonation, modulation, murmur, mutter, roar, shout, song, sound, speech, statement, tone, tongue, utterance, vent, vocalization, vociferation, words, yell;… …

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  • 4 Modulation (music) — Key change example: C major to C minor. In music, modulation is most commonly the act or process of changing from one key (tonic, or tonal center) to another. This may or may not be accompanied by a change in key signature. Modulations articulate …

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  • 5 modulation — /moj euh lay sheuhn, mod yeuh /, n. 1. the act of modulating. 2. the state of being modulated. 3. Music. transition from one key to another. 4. Gram. a. the use of a particular distribution of stress or pitch in a construction, as the use of… …

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  • 6 modulation — noun 1. a musical passage moving from one key to another (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑transition • Derivationally related forms: ↑modulate • Hypernyms: ↑passage, ↑musical passage 2 …

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  • 7 Voice frequency — A voice frequency (VF) or voice band is one of the frequencies, within part of the audio range, that is used for the transmission of speech. In telephony, the usable voice frequency band ranges from approximately 300 Hz to 3400 Hz. It is for this …

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  • 8 voice — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. vocality; speaking or singing voice; inflection, intonation; tone of voice; ventriloquism, ventriloquy; lung power; vocal cords, vocalization (see speech); cry, expression, utterance, vociferation,… …

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  • 9 modulation — n 1. alteration, change, variation, modification; transition, shift, qualification; adjust ment, adaptation, accommodation, Radio. amplitude modulation or AM, Radio. frequency modulation or FM; tempering, softening, tuning or turning down,… …

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  • 10 modulation — modulate ► VERB 1) exert a controlling influence on; regulate. 2) vary the strength, tone, or pitch of (one s voice). 3) adjust the amplitude or frequency of (an oscillation or signal). 4) Music change from one key to another. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 11 modulation — noun Date: 1501 1. an inflection of the tone or pitch of the voice; specifically the use of stress or pitch to convey meaning 2. a regulating according to measure or proportion ; tempering 3. a change from one musical key to another by modulating …

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  • 12 Human voice — Voice redirects here. For other uses, see Voice (disambiguation). The spectrogram of the human voice reveals its rich harmonic content. The human voice consists of sound made by a human being using the vocal folds for talking, singing, laughing …

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  • 13 Pulse-code modulation — PCM redirects here. For other uses, see PCM (disambiguation). Pulse code modulation (PCM) is a method used to digitally represent sampled analog signals. It is the standard form for digital audio in computers and various Blu ray, Compact Disc and …

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  • 14 Ring modulation — is a signal processing effect in electronics, related to amplitude modulation or frequency mixing, performed by multiplying two signals, where one is typically a sine wave or another simple waveform. It is referred to as ring modulation because… …

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  • 15 Single-sideband modulation — (SSB) is a refinement of amplitude modulation that more efficiently uses electrical power and bandwidth. It is closely related to vestigial sideband modulation (VSB) (see below).Amplitude modulation produces a modulated output signal that has… …

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  • 16 Continuously variable slope delta modulation — (CVSD or CVSDM) is a voice coding method. It is a delta modulation with variable step size (i.e. special case of adaptive delta modulation), first proposed by Greefkes and Riemens in 1970. CVSD encodes at 1 bit per sample, so that audio sampled… …

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  • 17 Electronic voice phenomenon — Electronic voice phenomena (EVP) are sections of static noise on the radio or electronic recording that some listeners believe sound like voices speaking words; paranormal investigators sometimes interpret these noises as the voices of ghosts or… …

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  • 18 Frequency modulation — See also: Amplitude modulation In telecommunications, frequency modulation (FM) conveys information over a carrier wave by varying its frequency (contrast this with amplitude modulation, in which the amplitude of the carrier is varied while its… …

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  • 19 Delta modulation — Principle of the delta PWM. The output signal (blue) is compared with the limits (green). These limits correspond to the reference signal (red), offset by a given value. Every time the output signal reaches one of the limits, the PWM signal… …

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  • 20 Secure voice — (alternatively secure speech or ciphony) is a term in cryptography for the encryption of voice communication over a range of communication types such as radio, telephone or IP. Contents 1 History 2 Analog Secure Voice technologies 3 Di …

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