inharmonicity


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inharmonicity

(ˌɪnhɑːməˈnɪsɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being inharmonic
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There is often a bit of inharmonicity (noise between the harmonics) in spinto voices, perhaps suggesting to the listener that "I can drive the system hard without doing damage.
Where B is known as inharmonicity coefficient given by
Studies show that the perceived urgency of nonverbal auditory warnings can be systematically manipulated by altering acoustic parameters such as amplitude, frequency, pitch range, speed, inharmonicity and melodic structure (Edworthy et al.
Inharmonicity is achieved in stages through a downward octave shifting.