Asked in Energy, Waves Vibrations and Oscillations
How can you increase the amplitude of a square wave?
The amplitude of a wave is simply defined as how far it oscillates away from an equilibrium point. Increasing the amplitude of sound most simply involves increasing volume. ...
What property of a sound wave changes when a sound gets loud?
Amplitude. An increase in this property will result in an increase in volume of the sound. ...
Asked in Physics, Sound Waves
When the amplitude of a sound wave is increased what happens to the loudness of the sound the pitch?
Because sound waves are displacements of molecules of the medium they travel through, increasing the amplitude would mean increasing the displacement the molecules experience as the wave passes through. Even though sound waves are longitudinal (meaning the displacement is in the direction the wave travels in) and waves in water are transversal (the displacement is perpendicular to the wave's direction), an example can be found in water waves; increasing the amplitude in water waves would increase the size/height of the waves. In the case of...
Asked in Science, Physics, Speed of Sound
How does the speed of sound in tap water compare with the speed of sound in pure water?
For a liquid, we find that the speed of sound decreases with increasing density but increases with increasing bulk modulus. Increasing the dissolved solids will increase density, but also bulk modulus. In general, bulk modulus will increase "faster" with an increase in dissolved solids than density will increase. And this translates into a net increase in the speed of sound in water with increasing dissolved solids. Tap water has dissolved solids, so the speed of sound in tap water should be higher...
Asked in Guitars
Why does a guitar string produce a louder sound if it is plucked harder?
the larger the amplitude at which something vibrates = the louder the sound. so by plucking a string harder, you're increasing the amplitude of the sound waves and thus increasing the sound volume ...
When the loudness of a sound and amplitude of a sound increases the amplitude of the sound produced will be?
The loudness of a sound is the same thing as the overall amplitude of a sound. When measuring sound, in general, you have pitch (frequency) and tone (amplitude, the measure of loudness). So, if you increase the amplitude of a sound wave pattern, you increase the overall intensity of the sound (the energy), and that can be measured on the logarithmic scale of decibels, since an unconstrained, undirected sound wave carries its energy outward in all directions, in an increasing volume of air...
Asked in Science
What does volume have to do with sound?
answ2. The use of the term volume with regard to sound comes from its meaning of 'total quantity'. The word volume is not only a dimensional measure. e.g. the total volume of goods produced last year represented a 3% increase. A1. volume has a lot to do with sound because if their where no volume you would not be able to hear anything ...
Asked in Computers, Music, Electronics
How do you increase an MP3 sound quality and volume without downloading anything if not what's the easiest and cheepest way to increase its quality and volume?
To increase clarity you need to change the bit rate of the song played and to increase volume you can amplify the signal using software such as Format Factory etc.. If you amplify the signal then the clarity will reduce. ...
Asked in Music
Does Louder Volume in Music or sound affect your heartrate?
Yes, Increasig Volume In Music Does Affect Your Heart Rate. Especially The Jonas Brothers Yes, Increasig Volume In Music Does Affect Your Heart Rate. Especially The Jonas Brothers ...
Asked in Exercise
What changes did you note in the heart sound during exercise period?
h the heart sound and strenght increase during exercise. As the body requires more oxygen to maintain the muscles used in exercise the heart activity increases. ...
What property of the sound waves changed to produce the louder volume?
Well, the sound waves get bigger due to increase in volume, but the pitch does not changes, the waves themselves in real life get louder and therefore harder to absorb ...