Mark's answer is good. One important thing he focuses on is the mix of different
harmonics in a ... a piano does not make the same sounds as a piano. Why?
What else makes up the variations in sounds, especially voices? UpdateCancel ...
Feb 3, 2012 ... What makes instruments sound different from one another? Musical instruments
all have a unique sound because of the subtle vibrations of the ...
Why are sounds different? As you know, there are many different sounds. Fire
alarms are loud, whispers are soft, sopranos sing high, tubas play low, every one
Sep 1, 2013 ... Why is the sound of a flute different than the sound of a clarinet? .... most of what
is going on in the sound that makes it uniquely "clarinet-like".
Sounds are different because sound waves have different frequencies. The
frequency is the number of vibrations or sound waves produced in a second.
How can two six-cylinder engines sound so different? Before we answer that ... A
higher frequency makes for a higher pitch, and vice versa. A car's engine under ...
On their walk home from school, twins Jane and Jim explore why sounds can be
startling (like sirens), soothing (like music), or mysterious (like eerie creaking in ...
learn about what is sound and how different musical instruments make sound. ...
These particles bump into the particles close to them, which makes them vibrate ...
Music and noise are both mixtures of sound waves of different frequencies. ....
This strong second harmonic is part of what makes a flute sound like a flute.