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What are the different types of musical sounds?
The different types of musical sounds are sometimes referred to as musical notes. These include notes created on each instrument and are categorized by the type of instrument such as stringed or brass.
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What three types of musical instrument make sounds?
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Difference between musical sounds and non- musical sounds?
What sounds are produced by playing musical instruments?
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What does imbre mean in music terms?
Do you mean Timbre? Timbre, in musical terms, is also known as tone color or tone quality. It is the quality of a musical note, sound, or tone that distinguishes different types of sound such as that produced by woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments. Put simply, it is what differentiates musical sounds if they have the same pitch and loudness just as a violin sounds different from, for example, a piano even though they are playing the same note at the same volume level.
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Which State's name sounds like a musical instruments?
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How many types of musical notes are there in the musical scale?
What happens when the vocal cords vibrate at different speeds?
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Are mutes used in brass instruments to change the timbre?
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Why do different musical instruments have different sounds?
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Why do different musical instruments make different sounds?
Because they are different sizes and materials. Also, they aren't all played the same way. and they are different Every instrument has its own timbre (tam-ber). Timbre is how an instrument sounds. A flute sounds like a flute. Not a trombone. Instruments have their own timbre because of how they are made, how they are pitched, and how they are played.
What is wave and sound?
SOUND - CRASH! BANG! Did you hear that sound? It was made by air vibrating. The same is true for sounds made by musical instruments. The difference between NOISE and MUSIC is that musical sounds are organized into patterns that have pitch and rhythm. Noise is just random, disorganized sounds. Sounds are made and travel in the same way whether they are musical sounds or noise. A musical sound is called a tone, and is produced by air vibrating a certain number of times per second. These vibrations are called waves. These sound waves must be contained in some way so that the performer can control the loudness, quality of the tone, and how long it plays. Most musical instruments have a reed, a string, or some other device that creates sound waves when moved. Sounds are different because of harmonics, which are higher and quieter sounds mixed in. They are not heard separately, but add to the tone of the sound, making an oboe sound different from a trumpet or drum. The number of times that a sound wave vibrates in a second is called its frequency. Scientists even have a name for how they measure the frequency of sounds. They measure it in cycles and call it hertz. High notes have a higher frequency than lower notes and this changes their shape. Different types of sound waves have different shapes. Look at these images to see what sound waves "look" like.