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www.answers.com/Q/How_do_sounds_differ_from_one_one_another

They can differ in pitch (how high or low the sound is), intensity(how loud it is) and the number of harmonics they are composed of(which influences timbre).that  ...

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Sounds differ in two ways from each other. The first is amplitude and the second is frequency. Amplitude makes a sound louder or softer and frequency makes it ...

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Because sounds are made up of waves of compressed and decompressed air, and when two waves meet that are exactly out of phase, or opposite each other, ...

www.factmonster.com/dk/encyclopedia/science-and-technology/sound

Sound is a form of energy that travels as SOUND WAVES. As well as making and ... HOW DO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MAKE MUSIC? WHY ARE SOUNDS ...

www.physicsforums.com/threads/why-does-the-same-frequency-sounds-differ.674075

Shouldn't all the sounds of same frequencies sound the same? ... coupling between the vibrations of one string and another and the ELIPTICAL ...

soundandlightreflections.blogspot.com/2007/11/physics-how-are-sound-and-light.html

Nov 7, 2007 ... Sound and light are very different, even though they are both waves. ... or, put another way, it is the distance between two successive troughs ... One way that they differ is in how they propagate. ... Therefore, it does not need air, water, or any other medium to carry it - in essence, it carries its medium with it.

socratic.org/questions/how-do-sound-waves-differ-from-water-waves

Jun 29, 2014 ... Sound waves are compressional/longitudinal waves. Water waves are transverse waves (kind of). In sound waves, the amplitude of the wave is ...

www.nde-ed.org/EducationResources/HighSchool/Sound/components.htm

The differences between sounds are caused by intensity, pitch, and tone. ... Decibels and intensity, however, do not depend on the ear. ... Frequency is the number of wavelengths that fit into one unit of time. ... Another difference you may have noticed between sounds is that some sounds are pleasant while others are  ...

meandering-through-mathematics.blogspot.com/2013/09/why-do-different-musical-instruments.html

Sep 1, 2013 ... How does your brain recognize different instruments by their timbre? ... not E3… one of the many odd things about conventional musical notation). ... course of the note is another key determinant of the timbre of the instrument.

www.quora.com/What-makes-human-voices-different-from-one-another

... that gives the individual voice its sound quality both by filtering that sound and by interacting with the vocal chord ... How many Mb do we differ one another?