voicing


voicing
voicing [vois′iŋ]
n.
Music the sound of a chord as determined by the selection of the component notes and the way the notes are distributed to the instruments

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voic·ing (voiʹsĭng) n.
1. The act, practice, or production of one that voices.
2. Music. Tonal quality or blend of an instrument in an ensemble, especially a jazz ensemble, or of the ensemble as a whole.
3. Linguistics. The vibration of the vocal cords during the production of speech or a speech sound.

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