gamut

  1. a complete extent or range
  2. the entire scale of musical notes

gamut

the range of notes available in Guido of Arezzo's hexachordal system, from the low G an octave and a fourth below middle C (known as 'gamma ut,' hence the term 'gamut') to E an octave and a third above middle C. See hexachord.
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Gamut

The range of voltages allowed for a video signal, or a component of a video signal. Signal voltages outside of the range (i.e., exceeding the gamut) may lead to clipping, crosstalk or other distortions.
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gamut

[n] - (music) the entire scale of musical notes 2. [n] - a complete extent or range: `a face that expressed a gamut of emotions`
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gamut

the range of colours that any specific device (a monitor, for example) can reproduce - this is never going to be all visible colours
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Gamut

Range of colours available in a particular colour space, i.e. CMYK's gamut is very much less than both the visible spectrum and the spot colour gamut.
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Gamut

The range of colours and tones a device or colour space is capable of recording or reproducing. The human eye can sense many more colours than can be reproduced on a computer monitor in RGB colour space.
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Gamut

Gam'ut noun [ French gamme + ut the name of a musical note. French gamme is from the name of the Greek letter ..., which was used by Guido d'Arezzo to represent the first note of his model scale. See Gamma , and Ut .] (Mus.) The scale.
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gamut

noun a complete extent or range: `a face that expressed a gamut of emotions`
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Gamut

• (n.) The scale.
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gamut

in music, the full range of pitches in a musical system; also, the compass of a particular instrument or voice. The word originated with the ...
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Gamut

In color reproduction, including computer graphics and photography, the gamut, or color gamut t, is a certain complete subset of colors. The most common usage refers to the subset of colors which can be accurately represented in a given circumstance, such as within a given color space or by a certain output device. Another sense, less frequently u...
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Gamut

This is the range of colours that are available in an image or output process. Gamut is generally used in describing the capabilities of a printer to reproduce colours accurately and vibrantly.
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gamut

The part of the complete 3-dimensional color space that can be observed. Different media have a gamut smaller than the gamut detectable by the human eye. Television, or monitors, generate color by combining light at different intensities that is emitted by spots of blue, green and red phosphors. Printed color images create color by varying the quan...
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Gamut

When certain colors cannot be displayed within a particular color model, those colors are said to be out of gamut. For example, pure red which is contained in the RGB color model gamut is out of gamut in the CMYK model.
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