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    A surface acoustic wave (SAW) resonators are widely used for frequency selection in mobile and wireless transmission systems [1]. SAW devices consist of piezoelectric substrate, interdigital transducers (IDT) and reflectors deposited on top of the substrate [2]. When voltage is applied at the electrodes, it generates electric fields, which produces piezoelectric strains propagating in both directions as shown in Fig. 1(b). Thus, surface acoustic waves are generated through inverse piezoelectric effect

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    Music In Video Games

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    one can see that all of these improvements are either directly or indirectly resulting from improvements in the technology which is used to produce video game music. These improvements in technology include the increase of the number of bits of a Sound Central Processing, the increase of Audio Random-Access-Memory, the switch from the use of frequency modulation to digital sampling, and the use of compact discs for playing music during a game. By closely examining the contribution of the preceding

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    Scary Noises

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    Snap! A branch just broke to the right of me. Rustling sounds are coming from the bushes. I look to the left, then the right. Nothing! I can't see anything, but I know there has to be something out there; noises just don't arise on their own. I look all around, searching every bush, tree, and shady spot to try and locate the noises; then, peace and quiet again. The calming sounds of birds chirping, the distant roar of the river, and the wind blowing leaves around, cover up the scary noises that I

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    music GSI teaching a class of non-majors. As much an idea man as a pen-on-paper composer, Cage proposed through his writings and artistic approach that all sound, whether deliberate or accidental, whether inside or outside of the concert hall, is in fact a macro-series of musical events. In effect, according to this way of thinking, all ambient sound is music. Considering the way most of us have been brought up to think about music, this is a significant imaginative leap as well as an important door

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    also chewing gum at this time and noticed that the sound of my chewing became much more intense. After a while, my other roommate, Jacqueline, came out of her room and began talking to Ashton and me. Generally, Jacqueline’s voice has an above average high amplitude. However, with the earplugs, I perceived

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    Auscultation Analysis

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    Sound a Sign of Life Five year old John nervously roams around the crowded store scanning for his mom. He shouts for her but gets no response. After 15 seconds he hears that familiar voice that he has heard all throughout his life, and gets the sense of hope and relief. The story Auscultation by Steven Church connects scenes of trapped miners communicating with rescuers by sound. As well as scenes of stethoscopes functioning on humans listening for the sound of life. Sound is a form of communication

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    Consonanza - NC Berlino 1969 The piece begins with about 3 sounds occurring concurrently. I can identify a guitar or similar string instrument distinctly. I also hear a wind instrument drone. As the piece progresses, I hear random noises in the background. These begin with an object sliding down a wire, creating a downward scale effect. High pitched piano that is low in intensity is heard. Suddenly I hear a squeaky, high pitched sound that sounds like squeaking on glass with wet fingers. This is soon

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    DJ Scratch Info

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    Turntablism - The art of manipulating/restructuring previously existing phonograph recordings to produce new, musically creative combinations of sounds using turntables and a mixer. Hamster Style - Normally a DJ setup would be configured with the right turntable playing on the right channel of the mixer and the left turntable playing on the left channel of the mixer. With a hamster style setup, however, the opposite is true. The right turntable plays through the left channel, and the left turntable

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    University in Newark. She said that dyslexics have a problem with a variety of sounds. They fail to hear 2 pure tones as separate if they are presented too close together. Most people notice the gap between tones is about 40 milliseconds or more, but people with dyslexia find this too fast to detect. Researchers have also said that there is a link with auditory and visual problems. People, who have trouble detecting fast sound changes, also have trouble detecting rapidly changing visual signals. This

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    Resonance

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    Resonance RESONANCE: " The property whereby any vibratory system responds with maximum amplitude to an applied force having the a frequency equal to its own." In english, this means that any solid object that is struck with a sound wave of equal sound wave vibrations will amplitude the given tone. This would explain the reason why some singers are able to break wine glasses with their voice. The vibrations build up enough to shatter the glass. This is called RESONANCE. Resonance can be observed

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