Definitions for "Voicing"
Keywords:  whistle, hammer, felt, soften, tone
the act of adjusting an organ pipe (or wind instrument) so that it conforms to the standards of tone and pitch and color
The process by which the tone quality of the pipe is regulated (as opposed to tuning, which regulates the pitch). Techniques include adjusting the shape of the tone-producing mouth of a flue pipe, cutting small nicks into the mouth, regulating the shape of the reed in a reed pipe, adjusting the size of the toe hole where air enters the pipe, and others. The process by which the hardness of a felt piano hammer head is adjusted or regulated. Techniques include reshaping the hammer by sanding, pricking the felt with sharp needles, applying chemicals to harden or soften the felt, and others. Term used to describe the loudness, softness, or the harmonic or tone quality of a pipe. For example, calliope whistles have very loud voicing.
The regulation of a pipe’s speech and tone quality. This is done by making delicate adjustments at the mouth (the hole in the whistle) and the foot (where you blow on the whistle) or the pipe, to control the flow of wind inside the pipe.
Keywords:  chord, inversion, music, notes, way
a chord, played in a particular way on the keyboard. A particular arrangement of the notes of a chord.
The placement of voices or notes of a chord.
The-way in which a musical chord is structured.
Distinction between speech sounds uttered with and without vibration of the vocal cords.
Method of categorizing sounds with regard to presence or absence of vocal cord vibration. Sounds are either voiced or unvoiced.