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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 by amplitude, frequency and number of frequencies contained in a sound.

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Answers.com® is making the world better one answer at a time. ... Sounds differ in two ways from each other. ... How does sound sound different underwater?

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 ...

www.dosits.org/science/soundsinthesea/airwater

The decibel is a relative unit of measure, not an absolute one as is watts per ... air when measured in watts per square meter have relative intensities that differ ...

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.quora.com/How-do-different-kind-of-sounds-differ

Sound is vibrations, fast vibrations are high pitched, slow vibrations are low pitch. ... Sound is essentially vibrations. When some one plays - say - a guitar string it vibrates; which vibrates the air around it, which eventually vibrates your ear drum.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/think-different-jan-11

Jan 1, 2011 ... The ways in which brains differ from one another show up in the ways their owners ... when we are woken up in the middle of the night by the sound of breaking glass. ... Do they influence consciousness in measurable ways?