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Chapter 2 : Sound & HearingThe Basics of Sound
Sound is a concept that describes the brain's perception andinterpreation of a physical auditorystimulus, the examination of sound can be divided into four areas : basics,characteristics of the ear,how the ear is stimulated by sound and the psycho-acoustics of hearing.The Basics - Sound arrives at the ear in the form of sound pressure waves. These are periodicvariations in atmospheric pressure. These movements are measured in amultitude of ways.
Compression - greater than normal atmospheric pressure | Rarefaction -lower than normal atmospheric pressure
Waveform Characteristics - Amplitude-
Distance above or below the centerline of a waveform, the greater the distance the more intense the pressure variation.
The rate at which an acoustic generator, electrical signal or vibrating mass repeats within a cycle of positive & negative amplitude.
The velocity of a sound wave as it travels through air at 68°F iisapproximately 1130 ft/sec, speed is temperature dependent increasing at arate of 1.1 ft/sec fore each Fahrenheit defree increase.
The wavelength of a waveform
[Lambda], is the physical distance in a medium between the beginning and end of a cycle.