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Motion Force and Energy PART 1
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Acoust air column amplifier amplitude audio bandwidth basilar membrane bass brass instruments Chapter circuit clarinet cone consonants curve direct sound distortion electrical electronic energy equal temperament example feedback filter flow formant fundamental graph guitar harmonics Helmholtz Helmholtz resonator high-fidelity horn impedance increases input instruments intervals length listening loudness loudspeaker low frequency magnetic microphone modes of vibration modulation motion moves musical noise notes octave oscillator output overtones percussion instruments phase piano pipe pitch played pulse pure tones quadraphonic quency radiation range ratio recording reed resonance frequency reverberant sound scale Section semitone shown in Fig signal simple harmonic motion sound level sound power level sound pressure level sound reproduction sound system sound waves speaker spectrum speech speed string stylus synthesizer tape timbre tion top plate transistor tube tuning vibration violin vocal cords vocal tract voice coil voltage vowel sounds waveform