Yes. Its like a high ringing. That's normal. Its the sound of silence...
A complete lack of sound.basically it means total, eerie silence
Silence (it doesn't make a sound. It's gone if you call its name. Why? you broke the silence. But silence has no sound. Therefore, silence is the answer)
actually the right spelling is "The Sound of Silence"
silence is louder than sounds
Silence is the opposite or antonym of sound.
The cast of Sound of Silence - 2012 includes: Andy Hassell as Prophet
silence is illusion noise is everywhere except in space Improved (by Sunrise Moon): No, silence is not a noise because a noise is sound, and sound can be heard, so can you hear silence? No...so it isn't a noise I don't think.
Simply - music is made up of sound and silence. Notes represent sound while rests represent silence.
Silence is a noun (an absence of sound) and a verb (to rest or quiet something).
That is the normal onomatopoeia word "shh." It is also referred to as shushing, or hushing and may be elongated as "shhh" to indicate a longer sound.
That was Emiliana Torrini - Sounds Of Silence
Alienation and lack of communication.
Kina Grannis :)
Silence is sound for those who are gonna say it's not. :) Mwah
According to Merriam-Webster, the definition for silence is:"1: forbearance from speech or noise2: absence of sound or noise"
Yes, the noun 'silence' is a concrete noun, a word for the physical state of absence of sound.
If you're referring to 'The Sound of Silence', that was written and performed by Simon and Garfunkel, not The Beatles.