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The Ear. MUM 2600 Professor Calle Miami-Dade College SEDT. Basic terms. SPL - Sound pressure level dB - Decibel. An exponential unit of measurement equaling 1/10th of a bell named after Alexander Graham Bell.

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the ear

The Ear

MUM 2600

Professor Calle

Miami-Dade College SEDT

basic terms
Basic terms
  • SPL - Sound pressure level
  • dB - Decibel. An exponential unit of measurement equaling 1/10th of a bell named after Alexander Graham Bell.
  • Sound waves - Sound radiates outwardly in a spherical pattern and is absorbed by the ear and recording devices as a wave.
  • Amplitude - volume.
  • Frequency - pitch.
basic terms continued
Basic terms - continued
  • Velocity - sound travels through the air at 68˚F at approximately 1130 feet per second. The speed increases as the temperature rises.
  • Cycle - one complete excursion of a wave.
  • Period - The time required to complete one cycle.
basic terms continued1
Basic terms - continued
  • Hertz - A unit of measurement of the number of frequency cycles occurring in one second.
  • Compression - An area containing higher than normal sound pressure.
  • Rarefaction - An area containing lower than normal sound pressure.