Just heard that commercial and he sounds like the voice on the Sorry Card Revenge game!
The song is called "Song for the Lonely", By the one and only Cher.
The commercial I just heard had two different male voices. The second one sounds to me like Dan Futterman.
No, high frequencies are heard as high pitched treble sounds.
The frequencies of sounds that can be heard by most people are between 20 and 20,000 Hz. Sounds outside of this range are possible, but can no longer be heard by humans.
I heard the song was made just for the commercial.
Abnormal sounds may be heard before, after, or during the normal heart sounds. For instance, sounds associated with stenosis may be heard before the closing of that valve.
"High frequency" sounds are more directional.
Rales are crackling sounds heard during auscultation of the lungs.
Mostly turbulence, but the sounds of the valves closing can also be heard.
Sounds of Korotkoff
The sounds heard while measuring blood pressure in this way are called the Korotkoff sounds, and undergo 5 phases: # initial 'tapping' sound (cuff pressure = systolic pressure) # sounds increase in intensity # sounds at maximum intensity # sounds become muffled # sounds disappear
If it was a Volkswagon commercial a year or two back, it is "Pink Moon" by Nick Drake, now deceased.
original answer: Marlena Shaw- California Soul Never heard of her before I heard this commercial and researched it. Glad I did. Enjoy.
I think you mean, "acoustics" as a term meaning how well sounds can be heard in a particular room or hall.
There have been a number of commercials for the different releases of Fallout. A recent commercial featured the song Dear Hearts and Gentle People (Bob Crosby). You can search and listen to it on YouTube.
The sounds heard are: ch-am-p -- they form 1 syllable.
No. It sounds tasty.
Not that I've heard of.
Sorry, I farted.....
respect the wind.