oscillograph


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os·cil·lo·graph

(ŏ-sil'ō-graf),
An instrument that records oscillations, usually electrical.

oscillograph

(ŏs′ĭl-ō-grăf) [″ + Gr. graphein, to write]
An electronic device used for detecting, displaying, and recording variations in electrical phenomena. In medicine, electrocardiographs and electroencephalographs are examples of the application of this technique.
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Thus, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America described the experiments conducted at American Steel and Wire Company with the help of oscillographs, some concert pianists being asked to try and change the timbre with the help of the touch: each test resulted in a change in the intensity of the ensuing piano sound (White 1930: 357-365).