How does a drum make sound?
A drum makes sound by being applied a hit or a pat if necessary.
sometimes the drums do not make a sound, because they are on the floor, so the sound cannot leave the drum. make sure it is above the ground and then play it, it should make sounds then. there are some drums which don't need to be off the ground to make the sound, but make a better sound if are off.
When you hit the drum, the tightness of the drum head and the shape of the drum as well as what it is made out of play into how it will sound. Basically, all you are doing by hitting the drum is causing very rapid vibrations in the air, loud ones, and once they hit your ear drum they are translated by your brain as sound. Again, the different elements of the drum are what…
They make music and are used in an orchestra. They also play in the lower frequencies.You blow into a contrabasson and the reed vibrates to make the sound. You blow into a tuba and vibrate your lips to make the sound. You bang on a double bass drum and the vibrating membrane (drum surface) makes the sound.
Why would a drummer hit the drum near the edge to make the sound of the drum give a note of the lower pitch?
A drum microphone is used to improve the sound, and quality of that sound, of a drum set in order to make it more loud, and easier for people to hear. They are generally used by performers who need to deliver their sound to everyone at an event. You can find them in abundance online, but can also be found in some music stores.