Alliteration vs Sibilance - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between alliteration and sibilance
is that alliteration
is the repetition of consonants at the beginning of two or more words immediately succeeding each other, or at short intervals while sibilance
is the quality of being sibilant: a hissing quality.
The repetition of consonants at the beginning of two or more words immediately succeeding each other, or at short intervals.
The recurrence of the same letter in accented parts of words, as in Anglo-Saxon alliterative meter.
The quality of being sibilant: a hissing quality.
* 2000 , Elaine A. Clark, There's Money Where Your Mouth Is: An Insider's Guide to a Career in Voice-Overs , Second Edition, Back Stage Books, ISBN 978-0-8230-7702-1,
* 2006 , Barbara Alysen, Electronic Reporter: Broadcast Journalism in Australia , Second Edition, University of New south Wales Press, ISBN 978-0-86840-495-0,
- The following exercises help combat sibilance , plosives, lazy tongue, and mouth problems.
* 2009 , Jean Ann Wright and M. J. Lallo, Voice-Over for Animation , Elsevier, ISBN 978-0-240-81015-7,
- A string of words beginning with ‘s’ will cause sibilance .
* 2012 , Michael Zager, Music Production: For Producers, Composers, Arrangers, and Students , Second Edition, Scarecrow Press, ISBN 978-0-8108-8202-7,
- Work to control the sibilance of your s sounds.
- Most often sending the vocal through a de-esser will either eliminate the sibilance or greatly reduce its sound.