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Can any object that vibrates be a source of sound?
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What object produce sound when vibrate?
All matter (objects) produce sound when they vibrate with the frequency of audible range. Human ears can hear the sound with frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz (20000 Hertz). So if any object vibrates within the audible range it will produce audible sound. Frequency also denotes the pitch of the sound. If the matter or object vibrates in vacuum, then the sound waves is not heard as it needs a medium for propagation of the waves. The loudness of the sound depends on the Energy in the waves.
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The pitch of the sound is increased. What difference will this make to the way the ear drum vibrates?
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What part of the triangle vibrates to cause sound?
When you hit it, the triangle vibrates, and the air around it vibrates. The air particles closest to it vibrates, then the air particles next to the first ones start vibrating as well and so on, so it reaches your ear. From liam514 if u have any other questions tell me and i will answer them as best as i can.
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What is the loudest pitch?
Pitch does not determine loudness, and loudness does not determine pitch. Loudness is the measure of sound pressure (dB), while pitch is the frequency at which an object vibrates. You cannot say any pitch is louder than another, because pitch and sound intensity are completely independent of each other.
When an object vibrates it produces sound Force is also a wave so does it also produces sound?
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Is any vibrating object can be use as a source sound?
Yes, provided there is a material medium between the vibrating object and your ear. Note that you'll perceive the sound only of the rate of vibration is between roughly 20 and 20,000 vibrations per second. If outside that frequency range, then the 'sound' is there, but your hearing system doesn't perceive it.
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Do all percussion instruments have to be hit in order to produce sound?
Technically yes. By definition percussion instrument is any object which produces a sound by being hit with an implement, shaken, rubbed, scraped, or by any other action which sets the object into vibration. Basically instrument must have an outside source of friction to make a sound. Whether that be air blowing through, or a bow on a string. I suppose you don't have to hit it to make a sound though. You could have a set of wind chimes and then blow on them and have them hit each other, then creating a frequency.