Tones

Some articles on tones, tone:

List Of Zapotec Languages - Phonetics and Phonology - Tone
... They differ in the number of contrasting tones they have ... is Texmelucan Zapotec, which has four contrasting tones three contour tones and one level tone, as shown in the figure ... These tones are used for "word play" frequently ...
Standard Chinese Phonology - Tones - Relationship Between Middle Chinese and Modern Tones
... Relationship between Middle Chinese and modern tones V- = unvoiced initial consonant L = sonorant initial consonant V+ = voiced initial consonant (not sonorant) Middle Chinese ...
Laghuu Language - Phonology - Tones
... Laghu has five tones high (5), high-mid (4), low-mid (3), low-rising (24), and low-falling (21) ...
Amacher - Biography
... Amacher composed several "ear dances" designed to stimulate clear "third" tones coming from the listener's ears ... works are solely from otoacoustic emissions or perhaps also combination and difference tones ... Tzadik Records album Sound Characters (Making the Third Ear) references these "ear tones" ...
Theatrical Makeup - Makeup and Lighting - Light's Effect On Makeup
... All but the darker flesh tones virtually disappear ... because it picks up the warm pinks and flesh tones in the makeup ... Green grays all flesh tones and rouges in proportion to its intensity ...

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