resultant tone


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resultant tone

n
(Music, other) a musical sound sometimes heard when two loud notes are sounded together, either lower in pitch than either (differential tone) or higher (summational tone)
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When participants successfully increased EMG biofeedback and lowered the larynx, the resultant tone sounded louder, more resonant, and vibrant.
The resultant tone resembles Patricia Wrede's Enchanted Forest Chronicles (Sandpiper, 2002-2003): realistic characters coping with a ridiculous, troperiddled world.
Garcia differentiated between the contributions of the larynx and the vocal tract to the resultant tone for the first time.
The resultant tone is stronger, fuller, and richer in color.