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Sound waves actually proprogate through the
air as:

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Longitudinal waves
Transverse waves
What is the approximate speed of sound through
dry air:

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700 feet per second
800 feet per second
900 feet per second
1000 feet per second
1100 feet per second
A distinct and clearly audible repition of
a sound is called:

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Echo
Reverb
Multiple reflections of a sound such that
you cannot clearly hear them individually is called:

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Echo
Reverb
The lowest frequency of sound that can generally
be discerned (heard) by the human ear is approximately:

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5 cps (Hz)
10 cps (Hz)
15-20 cps (Hz)
30 cps (Hz)
40 cps (Hz)
The highest frequency of sound that can generally
be discerned (heard) by the human ear is approximately:

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5,000 cps (Hz)
10,000 cps (Hz)
15,000 cps (Hz)
20,000 cps (Hz)
25,000 cps (Hz)
Amplitude based on the loudest a sound can
be without overloading the equipment:

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100% scale
Decibel
Amplitude based on measuring the loudness
of a sound in relationship to the loudness of another sound:

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A 100% scale
Decibel
In this class, how will we generally consider
amplitude:

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100% scale
Decibels
A musical sound is really a composite of
many component tones called:

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Amplitudes
Frequencies
Aliases
Harmonics
Decibels
For the most part, quivalent to the loudness
of a sound:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
Equivalent to the “pitch” of a
sound (for example, a high or low sound):

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Clipping
Amplitude
Phase
Spectrum
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
A type of digital noise. Frequencies higher
than one-half the sampling rate falsely appear as lower frequencies:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
Two respective amplitudes are added together
and produce an overall louder sound.:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
The consequence of changing air pressure
over time:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
The amplitude of one sound is subtracted
from the amplitude of another sound:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Spectrum
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
A sound represented graphically on paper
or digitally on a computer:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
No discernible repetitive wave pattern; RANDOM
amplitude and frequency:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
The ‘quality’ of the sound: piano,
clarinet, violin, etc:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
A type of digital noise. The amplitude of
a sample exceeds the ability of the hardware to faithfully
reproduce it (the sample exceeds the quantization range):

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
A type of amplitude modulation resulting
from two waves of slightly different frequency interfering
with each other:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Vibrato
Refers to the number of CYCLES per second
in a periodic waveform:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
44,100 Hz:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
The point in a CYCLE where a wave begins:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Spectrum
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo
The graphic representation of the Harmonic
Series of a pitched sound:

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Clipping
Hertz
Amplitude
Phase
Spectrum
Beating
Aliasing
Constructive Interference
Destructive Interference
Sound
Timbre
Waveform
Frequency
CD Sample Rate
Noise
Tremolo