A phoneme /ˈfoʊniːm/ is one of the units of sound that distinguish one word
from another in a particular language. The difference in meaning between the
English words kill and kiss is...
Sound is a form of energy that travels as SOUND WAVES. As well as making ...
HOW DO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MAKE MUSIC? WHY ARE .... HOW CAN
ONE PERSON PRODUCE THE SOUND OF AN ENTIRE ORCHESTRA? Different
Sounds differ by amplitude, frequency and number of frequencies contained in a
Feb 3, 2012 ... Musical instruments all have a unique sound because of the subtle ... playing C
in the same octave, but they are all very distinguishable from one another. ... The
shape and materials of the instrument does affect the tone of the ...
Feb 24, 2013 ... Shouldn't all the sounds of same frequencies sound the same? ... coupling
between the vibrations of one string and another and the ELIPTICAL ...
The differences between sounds are caused by intensity, pitch, and tone. ...
Decibels and intensity, however, do not depend on the ear. ... These waves help
them guide their boats through the water and warn them when another boat is
near. ... A frequency of two times the fundamental will sound one octave higher
and is ...
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.
The simplest sound to analyze mathematically is the pure tone — one where the
pressure ... just add the values of one function to the values of another function
everywhere in mathematical space. ... Non-electronic instruments do this
Sep 1, 2013 ... Why is the sound of a flute different than the sound of a clarinet? How does your
brain recognize different instruments by their timbre? ... it plays D3, not E3… one
of the many odd things about conventional musical notation). ... the course of the
note is another key determinant of the timbre of the instrument.
Astronauts on the moon cannot speak directly to each other but must
communicate by radio. ... Sound travels about 4 times as fast in water as it does