How Is Sound Produced?

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Sound is produced by a vibration. There are many vibrations around us that we hear as sound because our ears and mind provide a way to interpret those vibrations. You can find more information here: http://www.scienceproject.com/projects/intro/intermediate/IP025.asp
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Sound is produced when an object in contact with the air vibrates. The listener must also be connected to the same air around the vibration and that air must be continuous without a vacuum gap. You can find more information here: http://www.my-acoustic.com/Acoustics/Intro_acoustics/02_how_is_sound_created.htm
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