bitonal


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bitonal

(ˌbaɪˈtəʊnəl)
adj
1. consisting of black and white tones
2. consisting of two musical keys played simultaneously
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Methods of Bitonal Image Conversion for Modern and Classic Documents".
He created a "Vertigo Chord" consisting of a bitonal chord consisting of a D major triad atop an Eb minor triad.
Color capability: bitonal (black / white), grayscale and color
Para essa analise, utilizou-se a amostra de voz do TMF /a/ dos sujeitos, investigando-se os parametros perceptivoauditivos de tipo vocal (rouco, soproso, comprimido, aspero, bitonal ou outro), foco ressonantal (equilibrado, alto ou hipernasal, faringeo, laringeo ou laringofaringeo), pitch (adequado, grave ou agudo) e loudness (adequada, aumentada ou reduzida).
DjVu format can also be considered as a superior alternative to PDF for digital documents, to TIFF for scanned bitonal documents, to JPEG and JPEG2000 for photographs and pictures, and to GIF for large palatalized images.
Como puede verse, desde el punto de vista fonologico, los dos informantes coinciden en presentar un acento tonal inicial /L+H*/ debido a que, siguiendo la propuesta de Dorta, este acento se describe como un "acento bitonal ascendente con tonica significativamente alta respecto del valle anterior.
Kim M and Repetti L (2013) Bitonal pitch accent and phonological alignment in Sardinian.
En el ejemplo presentado a continuacion es posible identificar cuatro acentos de palabra, de los cuales solo el ultimo refleja un movimiento descendente al interior de la silaba tonica, por lo cual es asociado con el acento bitonal H+L*.
From interlocking polyrhythms and bitonal poles to New Left ideals and Copland's homosexuality, Murchison's thorough analysis of Aaron Copland's early life and works offers a new perspective on this "Composer from Brooklyn.
Digital Check said that the scanner is capable of capturing items in duplex at up to 600x600 dpi in either color, bitonal, or grayscale.
This concerto began with extended cacophony, then bitonal juxtapositions of the soloist to the orchestra, and an admixture of references to variety of musical genres.