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What is created by pushing air through a tight opening which leads to random changes in pressure (noise)?



Asked by ShelbyyP, Last updated: May 02, 2021

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy
M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Mar 19, 2019

Whenever you speak, you use your voice. People use their voice to produce noise or sound. Sometimes, it is done in order to get someone’s attention or tell them something. However, there are times when you want to make your voice voiceless. This is because this will still produce noise. It is done by pushing the air through a tight opening which has led to the random changes in pressure.

It makes a certain noise. Voiceless is also called unvoiced. The best way to do this does not require the larynx to vibrate. It usually is caused by air being forced through the mouth or even an instrument to create a sound without the use of a person’s voice so it is not talking.

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ShelbyyP

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Answered Mar 08, 2018

Voiceless sounds
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