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Mac OS X: The latest stable release for Mac OS X 10.4 or later is version 0.9.6.3. It's a universal binary.
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A: A disturbance that travels through a medium, transporting energy from one location to another location.
2. What are the two categories of waves?
A: Mechanical and electrical.
3. What does a wave, which is created by vibrating objects and propagated through a medium from one location to another create?
4. What does a medium do?
A: It carries the disturbance from one location to another.
5. What is the typical medium in sound waves?
6. How is the sound wave is transported from one location to another?
A: By means of particle-to-particle interaction.
7. True of false, the original source of a wave is some vibrating object capable of disturbing the first particle of the medium?
8. Is sound a mechanical wave or electrical wave?
9. For a sound wave traveling through air, the vibrations of the particles are best described as ___________ ?
10. The distance which a disturbance travels along the medium in one complete wave cycle is called what?
A. Regions of high air pressure within the longitudinal motion of air particles
A. Regions of low air pressure within the longitudinal motion of air particles
7 Q. What does the inner ear do?
A. It turns pressure waves into vibrations so that your auditory nerve can read it.
8 Q. What is the difference between speed and frequency of sound?
A. Frequency is how often and speed is how fast
9 . Q. If you were to stretch an elastic string attached to a wall and pluck it what would the returning force be called?
A. The force would be called a reflected pulse
10 . Q. What is the formula for sound'sintensity?
What do they mark frequency with
A:A Hertz which is- 1 Hertz = 1 vibration/second
What is a natural frequencie?
The frequency or frequencies at which an object tends to vibrate with when hit, struck, plucked, strummed or somehow disturbed is known as A:The natural frequency of the object.
7. What is fundamental frequency?
A:The lowest frequency produced by any particular instrument. Also known as the harmonic.
Answer fallowing questions listed below. Answers are given after the fallowing questions.
1.) The sound produced by a bell cannot be heard since sound cannot travel through …………..
2.) Longitudinal are waves in which the motion of the individual particles of the medium is in a direction which is parallel……
A. The direction of energy transport.
B. The direction of energy through light
C. The direction of a computer
3.) Since a sound wave consists of a repeating pattern of high pressure and low pressure regions moving through a medium, it is sometimes referred to as a……
C. Pressure wave
4.) Frequency refers to how often the air particles….
5.) The human ear can detect such a sound. YYYEEEEAAA! This faintest sound which a human ear can detect is known as the…….
B. Threshold of hearing
C. I was born with hearing dummy
6.) The faster a sound wave travels, the more distance it will cover in the same period of…..
7.) The three tiny bones of the middle ear act as levers to amplify the
A. Vibrations to the ear bone
B. Vibrations to the ear flap
C. Vibrations of the sound wave
8.) Music is a mixture of sound waves which typically have…….
A. whole number ratios between the frequencies
B. two whole number ratios between frequencies
C. seven whole number ratios between frequencies
9.) If a moving source of sound moves at the same speed as sound, then the source will always be at the…..
A. leading edge of the waves which it produces.
B. at the right depicts snapshots in time of a variety of wavefronts produced
10.) The disturbance which returns to the left is known as the……
B. Reflected pulse
C. sound waves
answeres are highlighted
5. What is a Mechanical Wave?
A. A wave that requires a medium to transport it.
- How is sound created and detected?
Sound is a vibration or wave of air molecules caused by the motion of an object
- Is sound a waveform in matter?
- Does sound travel in a vacuum?
- What is the speed of sound?
Speed of sound at sea level = 340.29 meters/second
- What is a wavelength?
The wavelength of a sinusoidal wave is the spatial period of the wave – the distance over which the wave's shape repeats
What is sound?
Sound is a travelling wave which is an oscillation of pressure transmitted through a solid, liquid, or gas, composed of frequencies within the range of hearing and of a level sufficiently strong to be heard, or the sensation stimulated in organs of hearing by such vibrations
- What are the frequencies for infrasound?
Infrasound is sound that is lower in frequency than 20 cycles per second
- What are the audio frequencies and wavelengths?
Infrasound consists of very low frequency sound, beyond the range of hearing of humans. Infrasound wavelengths can reach many kilometers
- What is ultrasound and how is it used?
Ultrasound is cyclic sound pressure with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing. In medicine, ultrasound is used to detect changes in appearance of organs, tissues, and vessels or detect abnormal masses, such as tumors.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
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Definitions due 12 midnight tonight. No late papers accepted.
Watch these tutorials on garageband
How is this Information delivered and what do you look out for?
This video will take you through the following subjects: What is GarageBand, How do I configure Hardware to work with GarageBand, A CrashCourse in Digital Recording, Configure GarageBand to work with your External Hardware.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Attach your file to your email and mail it to...
mark your work in the following way.
your period, last name,first name, project
example p2 booth,douglas,song#3
always use p2 or p3 or whatever you period is. Do not use "period 3" but instead " p3" and leave a space after the number. That way it will drop in a period folder for me and the TA.
Friday, October 15, 2010
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Read about beats here!
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2. You need a gmail account. Go to gmail.com and create an account.
3. After you create an account, write me a letter explaining why you took this class and what you hope to learn. Grammer and spelling counts. Make it a page long, double spaced. Send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, September 6, 2010
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I am obviously not here today as I had to attend a family matter. I will be back tomorrow and continue to mark off your projects. Mr. Booth
Friday, June 11, 2010
Some of you are done and have been relaxing. Guess what? That's okay now. That is what you get for being efficient and planning ahead.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
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Now we need to look at promotion. Take a look at what lulu offers. Go to a site called reverbnation.com
I know we don't have facebook here but that is a great place to spread the word about your music.
What else can you find? Let me know and let's share it.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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that is where you will put your songs and art work that will be your CD or that will contribute to the group CD.
You should be working on your best song, songs, art work album cover, insert info etc...
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
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I have entered you score for your reggae song and have your grade up to date. You can check with me today to see where you are. Everyday a song is late it will lose 1 point. That means that 10 = an A , 9=B, 8 =c etc. Your individual song is due Friday by midnight. Everyone one must do their own song. Garage band or Aviary. At least 2 min. long. Style, your choice.
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Also, I used some of your songs for CD so that I could see the cost and procedure at lulu.com.
It should be here in a week. Only one was ordered but it will give us a look at the quality of lulu.com CD's.
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Today, you should be working on Garageband or Aviary
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5 x 10 = 50 possible points
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You have plenty of time to record a complete song. (Complete) Your song should include drums (or a rhythm track, bass, guitar, keys... Voice? Whatever it is, it needs to be complete. Intro, verse, chorus. Need help? Ask me.
Look to your left for more links and information for the mock interviews. Resume due this Monday!
Friday, January 15, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
I have been informed that you all will be participating in mock interviews. I have a package of forms for you to fill out. On the 22nd of this month we will have a guest speaker who will talk to you about the interview process. On the 28th, you will all have mock interviews. You will need a resume, cover letter and application. I need to go through the papers and get them copied for you so that you can get started. I should have something for you to start on tomorrow.