The air in this resonator is highly compressed at an even or a varying pressure as the expression-stop may not be or may be drawn.
The throat, mouth, and the nasal and head cavities for a resonator.
This is brought out distinctly by placing the fork at a little distance from the resonator.
Mouth, theory of its function, 1;a resonator for the voice, 6.
Without a resonator, which may be solid or hollow, the sound made by a reed or tense string is feeble.
A feeling of trembling in the upper chest is usually held to indicate that the chest cavity is working properly as a resonator.
The operator talks to a membrane, and at the other end of the wire is a resonator of some kind which talks to the auditor there.
The sound waves in this case can issue only from the front of the resonator,—the singer's mouth.
Hertz then devised a wave detecting apparatus called a resonator.
While the vocal cords serve the purpose of the reed, the resonator forms the body of the vocal instrument.