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Author
Soeta, Yoshiharu
Kim, Yong Hee
Ohsawa, Tomohiro
Ito, Ken
Description
Buddhist monks change the way of voice production according to the ceremony, and associated acoustical changes have not yet been examined scientifically. In this study, three kinds of chanting voices were recorded in Japanese Buddhist temples and analyzed. The difference in voice production between chanting and normal speech was reflected in the loudness, fundamental frequency, pitch strength, and spectral centroid, which is characterized by autocorrelation function. Voice production in each stage of Nembutsu-Wasan singing was characterized by the loudness, fundamental frequency, and pitch strength.
Subject
Chanting voice
Japanese Buddhist temple
Autocorrelation function
Journal Title
Applied acoustics
Volume
91
Start Page
73
End Page
76
ISSN
0003682X
Published Date
2015-04-15
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DOI Date
2017-02-06
NCID
AA11523946
Publisher
Elsevier
NII Type
Journal Article
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PDF
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© 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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e29897
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Department of Architecture and production Design Engineering, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering
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