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#1. What type of sound does this combination of iconophonics make?

This is the Classic Kick Drum sound – a forced bilabial plosive!
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#2. Which of these iconophonics is a velar plosive?

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#3. What does Bilabial mean?

Bi means two and Labial means lips. Therefore bilabial means two lips.
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#4. Which of these iconophonics is a dental plosive?

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#5. What is a plosive?

Plosives are made by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air. Think of them as explosive sounds!
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#6. What does FORCING a sound do?

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#7. How can we tell from the iconophonic that it is a plosive?

The soft palate is represented using a wiggly line and the tongue is represented using a curve. The two parts are touching.
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#8. Which of these symbols represents a rimshot sound?

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#9. Which of these symbols is a kick drum?

The symbol used for a kick drum shows the round drum and the pedal. Kick
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#10. Which of these iconophonics is a Bilabial Plosive?

There are four different kinds of bilabial sounds. Each iconophonic uses the two lip shapes (side on view). The bilabial plosive has the two lip shapes touching with no interconnecting lines or circles.
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#11. Which of these iconophonics is the Forced Effector?

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#12. Which of these symbols is a closed hi-hat?

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#13. What does dental mean?

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