Übersetzung für 'growl' im kostenlosen Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch und viele weitere Deutsch-Übersetzungen. Unter Growling (deutsch Knurren) versteht man im Allgemeinen die Veränderung eines musikalischen Klanges ins Aggressive durch Hinzufügung von Gesang. Übersetzung für 'growl' im kostenlosen Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch von LANGENSCHEIDT – mit Beispielen, Synonymen und Aussprache.
During playful interactions, dogs produce a growl which allows them to project their body size to be bigger than it actually is in order to help stimulate their playful behavior and the one they are playing with.
This is in contrast to when they produce a growl that accurately projects their body size when guarding food, which is necessary because it will be more dangerous if their opponent thinks they are bigger, as this may result in more injury.
Growling in dogs is generally seen as unfavorable, and there are various methods to deal with this behaviour including therapy, training and temperament testing.
The therapy approach to fear based or aggressive growling in dogs seems to work the most favourably, having a strong emphasis on owner-dog communication and understanding, as well as a strong reward system.
This behaviour can have an adverse effect on their adoption rates, even though there is a high probability the food-related aggression will stop in the adopted home.
Proper understanding of dog growling behaviours increases the likelihood of adoption in dogs with growling problems that are housed in shelters. Food protection in canines tends to elicit a longer growl than average, and can be directed at humans, other canines, or other animals.
Some fish, such as gurnards elicit a growling noise when attempting to grab prey fish, and have been shown to have a higher success rate at obtaining prey than non-growling fish.
Growling in gurnards gives an advantage when there is limited food resources. This growl lasts up the 3 seconds and consists of up to 3 sound pulses, and is the only vocalization produced by this fish and is one of their two main feeding strategies.
With growling being used in aggressive behaviours in dog species, it can be used as a predictor as to whether or not an individual will engage in further aggressive behaviour.
Different body sizes in domestic dogs can produce different formants which they can use to display their size and predict the size of others.
Larger dogs are able to produce formants that appear to be much lower than smaller dogs which in contrast produce higher formants.
Larger dogs are more likely to engage in more aggressive behaviour when their conspecific is smaller than them while they are less likely to interact with their conspecific if it is larger than them.
This type of behaviour also transfers over to smaller dogs, in which are less likely to interact with any other conspecific at all if they are in any way larger than them which is likely due to their distinct disadvantage of body size.
In bears almost all vocalizations can be wrongly classified as a growl. Unlike cats and dogs, bears seldom truly growl and instead the fear-moans of a trapped or treed bear are often mistaken as a threatening growl.
When bears are being intentionally aggressive, as in when hunting or when threatened, they will tend to remain silent, or make short blowing noises.
Felines such as leopards and tigers also growl to signal territorial aggression, eliciting anti-predator responses from animals such as elephants.
Similar to human interpretation of growling, elephants are able to distinguish the threat level based on the individual growl and will respond accordingly; elephants will retreat from tigers, but defend against leopards.
In domestic cats, growling is a warning noise, implying unhappiness, annoyance, fear or other forms of aggression, and is a signal to back off.
Cats may growl,similar to dogs, in the presence of other cats or dogs to establish dominance or to indicate they do not wish to interact with that individual .
Growling may also function as a type of escape from predation as well as a warning signal to other con-specifics of close by predators.
The LongSnout Seahorse Hippocampus reid uses a form of growling when under stress, in the presence of a predator. They use their low-frequency growl to help warn con specifics of a predator that is currently attacking it and will only show this type of growl when it is being handled.
Due to the low-frequency this sound produces, it only works to warn others if they are near by. This type of behaviour still works in its favor as the growl is also accompanied by body vibrations that the seahorse produces, which is likely to deter the predator when it is handling the seahorse.
In Alligators Alligator mississippiensis , a growl may be produced by females as a response to a "Headslap" display from males.
The "Headslap" often involves antagonistic interactions between males and those that do not participate in antagonistic interactions will often lunge toward a female.
In response to both the lunge and "Headslap", the female will produce the growl in order to project her sex and location. The growl serves as a signal to the male that his display has been recognized and so the female produces the growl in order for the make to know her location for mating.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Growling disambiguation. A growl from an alligator. Retrieved November 8, The growling sound coming from their throats reminds me of dogs howling, only more untamed.
In , The Who released the song " Boris the Spider ", which featured death growls sung in basso profondo by bass player John Entwistle.
This can be considered one of the first uses of death growl in popular music. In and the early s, the song " 21st Century Schizoid Man " by King Crimson is notable for its heavily distorted vocals sung by Greg Lake.
The songs " Iron Man " by Black Sabbath and " One of These Days " by Pink Floyd both contain brief passages of ominously growled, low-pitched vocals in both cases studio-manipulated against a heavy background of rock riffs.
Punk rock bands like The Clash , Stiff Little Fingers , and also regularly employed gruff sounding vocals, however nothing like the death growl common in metal music today.
The advent of the growl as it is used today coincided roughly with the gradual emergence of death metal, and it is thus difficult to pinpoint a specific individual as the inventor of the technique.
Different vocalists likely developed the style over time. The band Death and its precursor Mantas with its two vocalists—initially Kam Lee and subsequently Chuck Schuldiner —have been cited as among the first although Schuldiner would eventually switch to a more high-pitched screeching.
Possessed are also considered by some to be one of the earliest bands to employ growls, as are Necrophagia and Master.
Around the same time, bands such as Hellhammer , with Tom G. Warrior on vocals, and seminal act Massacre also employed a variation of the growl.
This influenced the British Grindcore band Napalm Death. The vocalists from Napalm Death—consecutively Nic Bullen , Lee Dorrian and Mark "Barney" Greenway —further developed the style in the late s, adding more aggression and deeper guttural elements to it, while also speeding up delivery of the lyrics.
So he started trying to blend it with the other instruments, coming up with a dark and really low guttural voice that became his signature. While Chris Barnes had a low voice, Matt Harvey of Exhumed could scream very high and always used "high vocals" in their songs.
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