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Explanation: ... release of acoustic noise burst and onset of voicing (typically measured to onset of Formant 1): voiceless consonants: 40 - 80 msec delay. voiced consonants: pre ... www.ithaca.edu/cross/COURSES/SPSC/ Presentations/Consonants.ppt
... Fricative consonants involve the generation of turbulence noise ... Each fricative noise has a relatively fixed ... fricatives, of English are shorter than voiceless ... www.mindspring.com/~dmaxey/ssshp/dk_752.htm
CONSONANTS - NOISE ... VELAR, / k / , / g /, / X /. GLOTTAL, / h /. In the pair the first one is voiceless, the second one voiced. ...
Thank you very much. The embarrassing thing is that my PhD is actually in Russian phonetics, but I was not sure of the correct linguistic terminology to use, and none of my dictionaries had anything as simple and straightforward as those two terms. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer