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Intensity of sound?

If you listen to music, avoid the word intensity, because your eardrums are moved by the sound pressure wave in the the air. A sound pressure level meter (SPL) uses the sound pressure too. Sound pressure is a sound field… Full Answer

Is sound an adjective?

It can be, when it refers to a noun and refers to completeness or sturdiness. It can mean: - free of defect or injury (sound construction, sound mind, sound body) - secure (sound economy) - thorough (sound rebuke) - undisturbed… Full Answer

What is sound and pitch?

When a person talks or something crashes it forms a sound. There is sound all over the world. Sound can vary in two different ways. The pitch (not the pitch as in football pitch) of a sound and the volume… Full Answer

The intensity of a sound describes what?

The loudness has to do with the sound field quantity called sound pressure or sound pressure level (SPL). The sound intensity or acoustic intensity means the sound energy quantity. Our ears and the microphone diaphragms are moved by the sound… Full Answer

What are variations in sound intensity?

The loudness has to do with the sound field quantity called sound pressure or sound pressure level (SPL). The sound intensity or acoustic intensity means the sound energy quantity. Our ears and the microphone diaphragms are moved by the sound… Full Answer