traditional designs that acoustics tend to follow which are distinct to precise feelings and thus, the ability to identify emotions within language is rendered capable.

ACOUSTICS AS EMOTIONS: "The tone one takes when somber, delivering bad news, or even singing a morose song versus an upbeat one are depicted as acoustics as emotions in which someone else can understand the intended or current mood based upon how a word is spoken or musical chord or note is played."
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