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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of spectrogram

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of spectrogram:
/spɛktɹəɡɹæm/

Derived Form of spectrogram

noun
plural: spectrograms
Noun
1
a photographic record of a spectrum
Synonymsspectrograph,
Hyponymsvisible speech,
Hypernymsphotograph,
Type ofexposure, photo, photograph, pic,
Typesvisible speech,

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  1. a spectrogram designed to make disabled people's speech easier to understand and
  2. to put them through a spectrogram.
  3. A French Minecrafter named BSIdro supposedly made a spectrogram of the sound files
  4. You could take the spectrogram and audio signal
  5. This is a spectrogram of that signal. So you can see that this is time going on along
  6. if you look at a spectrogram of those
  7. But this is what it looks like on a spectrogram, which
  8. using the spectrogram display,
  9. So here we're looking at a spectrogram
  10. Spectrogram shows a frequency of any noise you make just listen to me.
  11. they're going from like a spectrogram of sound
  12. Also looking at a spectrogram such as this in RX
  13. in a spectrogram like this.
  14. Others want to see a spectrogram of the image because that tells them what the photons are
  15. It can be used to then process an image or process a spectrogram.
  16. And, of course, the payoff is this is a spectrogram, the counts per bin, number of photons per
  17. spectrogram over time for each probe, octave and 1/3 octave.
  18. and perhaps make a very crude analysis. Here's a very crude spectrogram that might tell you,
  19. Displaying the Spectrogram
  20. Changing audio filter and spectrogram settings