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Here’s the spectrogram for the yanny/laurel recording: Higher frequencies (up to 5,000 hertz, or waves per second) appear toward the top, and lower ones (down to zero) toward the bottom.
Linguists can study these sound waves and separate them out into their component frequencies, and display them in something called a spectrogram.
The system focuses on the most-detailed parts of the file and analyzes the deltas, or changes, in key areas of the spectrogram over time (example to the right).
After collecting 131 recordings from 18 male cockatoos, the researchers used computer software to convert the recordings into spectrograms (visual displays of sound).
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