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music
Sounds expressively placed in time.
accent
A sudden change in dynamics, timing, or expression that makes a note stand out from other notes before and after it. (Indicated in written music by various words and markings.
consonance
The pleasing sound of two or more notes. Consonant sounds are stable and do not create tension.
dissonance
A combination of notes that seems unrelated or harsh; too many dossonant sounds may make most listeners uncomfortable.
envelope
The four elements that make up the sound of a note: attack, decay, sustain, and release (ASDR). Attack is the sound of a note as it begins; decay is the sound of a note as it softens immediately after the attack; sustain is the quality of the note before it stops or "releases".