The louder a sound, the more energy it has. This means loud sounds have a large amplitude. Think about what an amplifier does: it makes sounds louder. It is the amplitude that relates to how loud sound is.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Sound volume".
Acoustic energy is sound energy.
The definition of sound says that it is a disturbance of energy that comes through matter as a wave, and that humans perceive sound by the sense of hearing.
Sound pressure is the effect and sound power (energy) is the cause.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Sound pressure and Sound power - Effect and Cause".
But our eardrums are only sensitive to the sound pressure, and so are microphone diaphragms. Think of sound pressure level meters (SPL meters).
So better ask: What is sound pressure?
Scroll down to related links and look at "Sound pressure - Wikipedia".
the magnitude or intensity of a certain sound
Volume may be the 'loudness' of a sound. It may also mean the amount of substance a container may hold or how much space an object occupies.
The unit for measuring the volume of sound is the decibel.
The amplitude of a sound wave is the same as its volume.
volume in art
Volume is to do with sound and how loud or quiet it is, that is what volume is!
the definition of volume is how much space an object takes up ..
The difference between pitch and volume is pitch is tone, and what a sound is, and volume is how loud a sound is.
a "soft" sound
volume is the space something takes up. so f you're talking about the math definition, then you do: lwh
volume (as in sound) decibel volume (of an object) m3
To make low volume sound into HIGH volume sound.
Definition of volume: 1 - a book part of a series example Vol. 1, Vol. 2, etc. 2 - units of volume of space example cubic centimetres 3 - a mass or quantity example volume of mail 4 - amount example volume of sales 5 - sound intensity example volume of music
Relating to sound or sound waves.
The amplitude of the sound pressure.
The Volume of a sound is measured in decibels.
The amplitude of a sound wave.
no sound very low sound
If the sound is played with sufficient volume and it depends on the object as to what volume this is.
No. Frequency is related to pitch, and amplitude is related to volume.
Voice volume is how loud or soft you are speaking.
Sound cannot be matter as we can not see sound and it has no mass or volume.