Does sound rise up

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Not entirely sure what you mean with "sound go up"; if the amplitude goes up, you will perceive the sound as louder.

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yes, it does. Example: If you were on a balcony, and saw your friend, and she scremed ''HI!'' The sound would rise up to you and be known as echo. Therefore echo is a form rising sound.

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