Because the sounds in words are influenced by the sounds around them.
Sound is the shape of the sound wave. Not influenced by, is. Another way of saying that is "The shape of a sound wave affects how rough or smooth that sound sounds". For example: a pure sine wave (which looks similar to a capital letter "S" lying on its side) sounds smooth whilst a pure square wave ( |--|--|--|--|--|-- ) sounds rough. A jagged, sawtooth-shaped sound wave ( \/\/\/ ) sounds "harsh", somewhere between smooth and rough. People speak of the "harshness" of a sound. Another way of describing the quality of a sound is its "timbre". If you really want to be able to explain and understand how the shape of a sound wave affects its quality or timbre you'll find there is a lot of electronics and musical instrument technology to be studied. To start, why not see if you can borrow some books such as "How a music keyboard works" and "How to design a music synthesiser" from the library?
During an examination a physician hears overactive bowel sounds known as high-pitched tinkling bowel sounds.
Affectedness is the state or quality of being affected, influenced, or simulated in order to impress.
No. But they do have the quality of assonance, which is the similarity of vowel sounds.
Sound quality is also known as timbre. The types of sounds according to their quality are harmonic content, attack and decay, and vibrato.Â
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Some ways that modern western composer have been influenced by world music is by including tribal and cultural sounds to their classical pieces of work.
Because your head acts as a resonance chamber which changes the sounds quality.