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1. Sound: Qualities of sound 	1.1. How it is produced 	1.2. How it propagates

1. Sound: Qualities of sound 1.1. How it is produced 1.2. How it propagates

1. Sound: Qualities of sound 1.1. How it is produced 1.2. How it propagates 1.3. How we hear 2. Silence 2.1. Silence in music: rest 3. Qualities of sound 4. Alternative graphic notation 4.1. Pitch symbols 4.2. Duration symbols 4.3. Intensity symbols 4.4. Timbre symbols.

By niveditha
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Chapter 12: Consumer Trade Transactions

Chapter 12: Consumer Trade Transactions

Chapter 12: Consumer Trade Transactions What you want, when you want it At the heart of most that is good about the Internet lies the simple, seductive offering - what you want, when you want it. You want to buy an obscure book or track down a cheap holiday? Get online. Do it. Now!

By Gabriel
(1970 views)

Chordophones

Chordophones

Chordophones Physics of Music PHY103 Tradeoffs in chordophones Strings only High tension means a lot of stress on the instrument. More massive strings have lower pitches under lower tension However thick strings don’t bend very easily

By ostinmannual
(554 views)

Sound

Sound

How does the amount of water in a glass affect the pitch of sound? lower pitch higher pitch mL Sound Different amount of water in the glass produces different level of pitch of the sound. When viewer click on this page, the different sounds of music comes out automatically.

By Audrey
(272 views)

30 mL

30 mL

d r m f s l t d This is a button that represents different keys produced with different amount of water in the glass. When viewer click on it, different sounds of music comes out accordingly. Sound How does the amount of water in a glass affect the pitch of sound? 30 mL 45 mL 60 mL

By MikeCarlo
(301 views)

Sound Waves from the Northern Lights

Sound Waves from the Northern Lights

Sound Waves from the Northern Lights. Jada Maxwell. Photo courtesy of Bjorn Jorgensen, 18 January 2005, near Tromsø, Norway http://www.spaceweather.com/aurora/images2005/17jan05/Jorgensen1.jpg. Coronal Mass Ejection (CME).

By LionelDale
(341 views)

Physics of Sound

Physics of Sound

Physics of Sound. Sound is a series of atmospheric pressure waves produced by a vibration The height (amplitude) corresponds to loudness and the wavelength to frequency. Physics of Sound. Loudness is determined by the amount of pressure produced by a wave measured in decibels

By Sharon_Dale
(723 views)

CSCI220 Multimedia Literacy

CSCI220 Multimedia Literacy

CSCI220 Multimedia Literacy. Course Introduction Terms and Technology. Multimedia – what is it?. Give examples… http://www.saint-andrews.co.uk http://www.balloonmanor.com Where have you experienced multimedia?

By LeeJohn
(318 views)

Noise and Vibration Control

Noise and Vibration Control

Noise and Vibration Control. Student: Maxim I. Afanasyev Supervisor: Dr. Vyacheslav V. Potekhin JASS 2008 St.Petersburg State Polytechnic University -2008-. Noise Reducion In Habitable Compartment Of International Space Station. Contents. - Introduction(Actuality of Problem)

By ryanadan
(825 views)

Education Wing

Education Wing

Education Wing . Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Calgary Our humble offering and salutations to our Lord Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Curriculum. Balvikas - EHV - Educare

By RexAlvis
(458 views)

Soundtrack and Lighting

Soundtrack and Lighting

Soundtrack and Lighting. Media Language. Lesson Outcomes. Understand what work is being done by the soundtrack Be aware of the way that images and sound are combined to convey meaning Understand how the use of light can create meaning. SOUND BRIDGE. Can lead in or out of a scene.

By niveditha
(306 views)

Splash Screen

Splash Screen

Unit 3 Introduction. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to continue. Splash Screen. Unit 3. Looking Ahead. Big Ideas. Genre Focus : Poetry. Literary Analysis Model : The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Wrap-Up. Unit Menu. Looking Ahead.

By liam
(829 views)

Noise Exposure and the OSHA Standard

Noise Exposure and the OSHA Standard

Noise Exposure and the OSHA Standard. Presented By: Stephen Jurss, CIH, CSP Civil Engineering Bldg. Rm. B173 TX: 494-9227, sejurss@purdue.edu . Introduction. Definition of Noise?. Unwanted sound. The Physics of Sound. The Physics of Sound. The Physics of Sound. Anatomy of the Human Ear.

By Jims
(329 views)

Codes and Conventions

Codes and Conventions

Codes and Conventions. Codes: systems of signs, put together (usually in a sequence) to create meaning Conventions: habits or long accepted ways of doing things…through repeated experiences, audiences become familiar with these. Types of Codes. Technical Codes:

By Audrey
(828 views)

CHAPTER 13

CHAPTER 13

CHAPTER 13. Sound. SECTION 13-1. Sound Waves. - The Production of Sound Waves. - The Production of Sound Waves. Sound Waves are longitudinal. - The Production of Sound Waves. Sound waves cause compression and rarefaction of air molecules as they travel through air.

By mimi
(274 views)

Consonant Digraphs

Consonant Digraphs

Consonant Digraphs. Second Grade Spelling/Phonics. Consonant Digraphs. Consonant digraphs are two (or three) letters that come together to make one sound. The difference between blends and digraphs is that blends are two letters that make two sounds and digraphs make one sound. ch /ch/

By africa
(1195 views)

Phonetics and Phonemics

Phonetics and Phonemics

Phonetics and Phonemics. Phonetics and Phonemics :. The principle goal of Phonetics is to provide an exact description of every known speech sound Domain of phonetics is independent of any particular language

By ham
(443 views)

Compressible Flow Introduction

Compressible Flow Introduction

Compressible Flow Introduction. Objectives: Indicate when compressibility effects are important. Classify flows with Mach Number. Introduce equations for adiabatic, isentropic flows. Larry Baxter Ch En 374. Flow Classifications. Property Changes.

By taite
(826 views)

Working with Sounds

Working with Sounds

Working with Sounds. Barb Ericson College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology ericson@cc.gatech.edu. Sound Processing. Goals: Give you the basic understanding of audio processing, including psycho-acoustics, Identify some interesting examples to use.

By yuki
(198 views)

Interactive Auditory Display

Interactive Auditory Display

Interactive Auditory Display. Ming C. Lin Department of Computer Science University of Maryland at College Park lin@cs.umd.edu http:// gamma.cs.umd.edu /Sound. How can it be done?. Foley artists manually make and record the sound from the real-world interaction. Lucasfilm Foley Artist.

By guy
(908 views)

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