Wild Soundscapes: Discovering the Voice of the Natural

Wild Soundscapes: Discovering the Voice of the Natural

Bernie Krause

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Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Andrey da Silva (2008) in McGill University simulated the fully coupled fluid-structure interaction in single reed mouthpieces by using a 2-D lattice Boltzmann model, where the velocity fields for different instants are visualized in his PhD thesis. [2] If all tone holes are closed, the main bore of a clarinet is approximately cylindrical and the mouthpiece end can be looked as a closed end.

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Computational Systems Natural and Artificial: Proceedings

Computational Systems Natural and Artificial: Proceedings

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If the frequency of vibration is such that the distance L corresponds to half of a wavelength, then the cone movement is in phase with the reflected wave and the sound pressure keeps building up. Navy receivers, giving a sparse network of acoustic paths. What you are looking for when mixing down is a true stereo image of your recording. However, if the sounds are phase related ("correlated") there can be up to a 6dB increase in SPL. *** 2.6 How does the ear work?

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Underwater Acoustic Networking Techniques (SpringerBriefs in

Underwater Acoustic Networking Techniques (SpringerBriefs in

Roald Otnes, Alfred Asterjadhi, Paolo Casari

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In general, standing waves can be produced by any two identical waves traveling in opposite directions that have the right wavelength. I happen to side with those in favor of soffit mounting, yet I also respect the opinions of those who disagree. Since sound waves travel at about 340 m/s at room temperature, it will take approximately 0.1 s for a sound to travel the length of a 17 meter room and back, thus causing a reverberation ( recall from Lesson 2, t = d/v = (34 m)/(340 m/s) = 0.1 s).

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Pulses and Other Wave Processes in Fluids: An Asymptotical

Pulses and Other Wave Processes in Fluids: An Asymptotical

M. Kelbert

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The result of all her hard work was "Aural Synapses," an award-winning multimedia art project that debuted at the Kilkenny Arts Festival later that same year. (You can hear a sound sample of these low-frequency sounds here, and a radio interview with Hill here .) It's not just the stunning visuals that made the exhibition such a success: it was also the haunting, eerie soundtrack that blended Hill's field recordings of the Northern Lights with the ethereal vocals of Irish singer/songwriter Iarla O'Lionaird and electronic instrumentals.

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A Study of the Seastar Underwater Acoustic Local Area

A Study of the Seastar Underwater Acoustic Local Area

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It is tall, a little longer than wide and has balcony seats running on the two sidewalls and the back wall. When sound waves travel through a medium, the particles of the medium vibrate. If you clap your hands and you hear several reflections, you need to add material that will diffuse and trap them, stop them from bouncing back and forth. For a start, I recommend Joe Curtin, who has the distinction of having built the highest sales price violin ever paid for a living luthier; he is also one of the organizers of the dramatic Stradivarius double-blind tests.

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Practical Physics: Molecular Physics & Sound

Practical Physics: Molecular Physics & Sound

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The name or the label of an interval is determined by counting the number of diatonic degrees between the two notes beginning with one for the lower note. Since we know the difference in the condensation on the two sides of the sheet, which will be the second derivative of the displacement with respect to x, times the thickness dx, we will know the pressure difference if we know how condensation is related to pressure. Between compression pulses the air "springs" out past the pressure where it began, creating a zone of less pressure, or rarefaction.

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Electronic Excitations in Condensed Rare Gases (Springer

Electronic Excitations in Condensed Rare Gases (Springer

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This is what gives rise to examples of iridescence in nature, those flashes of bright colors one sees in butterfly wings, kingfishers, peacock feathers or opals. (Prior blog posts on photonic crystals can be found here and here .) But who knew the same would hold true for sound? Or use it to find and download high-quality how-to PowerPoint ppt presentations with illustrated or animated slides that will teach you how to do something new, also for free.

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Macro-Mixing for the Small Recording Studio: Produce better

Macro-Mixing for the Small Recording Studio: Produce better

Amos Clarke

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One thing nobody will dispute is that soffit mounting requires a lot more effort! This is because the resistance to particle movement increases due to increasing viscosity as a wave approaches the end of the tube. In the case of our ears, our eardrums serve as the receivers. Localization – a stable front image over a large listening area In a high-quality recording the front image does not greatly change when a listener moves away from the sweet spot.

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Fine-Scale Variability in Temperature, Salinity, and pH in

Fine-Scale Variability in Temperature, Salinity, and pH in

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The advent of "talkies" - film sound - was a big stimulus to sound meter patents of the time, but there was still no standard method of sound measurement. Fuster, Paul Newman and Ada Hirschman, Lancet, vol. 307, no. 7957, February28, 1976, pp. 454-5. A wood panel bass trap that absorbs well between 50 Hz and 200 Hz reflects most of the higher frequencies because of the hardness of the wood front panel, while lower frequencies instead pass through the trap to the wall behind.

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ISO 8042:1988, Shock and vibration measurements -

ISO 8042:1988, Shock and vibration measurements -

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But many rooms have severe problems far below 125 Hz and losing twenty inches all around the room for thick fiberglass and a large air space is unacceptable to most studio owners and audiophiles. If a SEL-value is supplied, you have to add 12 dB to this value yourself. The CAD Import Module and LiveLink™ products for leading CAD systems makes it easy to perform acoustic simulations using CAD models. arXiv Published in 2011, 150 pages Published in 2007, 476 pages Daniel Arovas

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