Examples of timbre in a Sentence
the timbre of his voice
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Designed with the physical proportions that its human owner prefers, the preferred voice timbre and eye color and personality type, and the ability to recall and riff on its owner’s personal stories and little jokes, android will captivate human.
The work is a masterpiece of polyrhythms and textures—a five-section juggernaut of slashing lines, striated timbres, and fragile, burned-out pizzicati that retracts into a tender puddle of fluttery long tones that whisper away into the ether.
But for civilians, seeking training in professionally simulated situations would be necessary to pick up the difference in timbre and volume.
The difference between a violin and a trumpet playing the same note is a difference in timbre.
There is also the small hollow at the back of his neck and the width of his shoulders (something about their proportion gives me a startled feeling in my chest) and the smell of his skin and the timbre of his voice (deep and musical).
And yet a canny Norma can lend the moment extra luster by singing just a fraction ahead of the beat and brightening the timbre of her voice.
But aside from his singing voice, virtually unchanged in its timbre and expressivity, his latest album, Sky Trails (out Sept. 29), draws little from that well.
The group has more than enough firepower with four members, whose vocals quickly become distinctive after a few listens: Hernandez’ brassiness, Kordei’s muscle, Jauregui’s clear-as-glass timbre and Hansen’s diva-size belting.
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timbralplay \ˈtam-brəl, ˈtim-\ adjective
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