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" When once we have discovered the physical phenomena, which constitute the foundation of sound, our explorations are, in great measure transferred to another field lying within the dominion of the principles of Mechanics. Important laws are in this way... "
The Theory of Sound - Page 1
by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pages
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Industrial Burners Handbook

Charles E. Baukal, Jr. - Technology & Engineering - 2003 - 808 pages
...other sensations. No one can express the relation between a sound and a color or a smell. Directly or indirectly, all questions connected with this subject...which the sensations of the ear cannot but conform. The Theory of Sound hy Lord Rayleigh 111 According to recent statistics, more than 20 million Americans...
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Understanding and Crafting the Mix: The Art of Recording

William Moylan - Music - 2007 - 396 pages
...one hundred years ago, Lord Rayleigh told us that the ears are the final arbiter of sound: "Directly or indirectly, all questions connected with this subject...at, to which the sensations of the ear cannot but conform."6 TofollowWilliam Moylan's "important laws" will prepare your ears and your mind for the true...
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