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  • 9a: Wave Shape (SI) | SOUND
    Phase 3 Summary 4 Resonance 4a Resonance Examples Simulation 4A Resonance Resonance and Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other Musical Instruments 13 Summary 14 Voice 14a The Vocal Tract

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  • 9c: Fourier Analysis (SI) | SOUND
    Examples Simulation 4A Resonance Resonance and Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other Musical Instruments 13 Summary 14 Voice 14a The Vocal Tract 14b Vocal Formants 14c Phonemes 14d Singing

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  • 9d: Timbre (Again!) (SI) | SOUND
    Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs

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  • Structure of the Ear (SI) | SOUND
    Force Phase 3 Summary 4 Resonance 4a Resonance Examples Simulation 4A Resonance Resonance and Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other Musical Instruments 13 Summary 14 Voice 14a The Vocal

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  • 11d: Stringed Instruments (SI) | SOUND
    Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other Musical Instruments 13 Summary 14 Voice 14a The Vocal Tract 14b Vocal Formants 14c Phonemes 14d Singing 14 Summary 15 Musical Scales 15a

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  • 12d: Brass Instruments (SI) | SOUND
    Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs

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  • 13b: Harmonic Percussion Instruments (SI) | SOUND
    3A Simple Harmonic Motion 3b Period Frequency Amplitude Restoring Force Phase 3 Summary 4 Resonance 4a Resonance Examples Simulation 4A Resonance Resonance and Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other

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  • 16b: Reverberation (SI) | SOUND
    Simulation 4A Resonance Resonance and Tidal Bores in the Bay of Fundy 4b A Few Other Examples of Resonance Simulation 4B Resonance in a Chain 4 Summary 5 Wave Types 5a Transverse Waves Simulation 5A Transverse Waves 5b Longitudinal Waves Simulation 5B Longitudinal Waves 5c Torsional Waves 5d Examples of Waves Simulation 5C Water Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum 5 Summary 6 Wave Speed 6a Speeds of Different Types of Waves Simulation 6A Wave Speed 6 Summary 7 Wave Behavior 7a Reflection Simulation 7A Reflection 7b Refraction Simulation 7B Refraction Simulation 7C Lenses Simulation 7D Dispersion 1 Simulation 7E Dispersion of a Square Wave 7c Adding Waves Simulation 7F Adding Wave Pulses Simulation 7G Adding Sine Waves 7d Interference Simulaton 7H Path Difference Simulation 7I Interference 7e Diffraction Simulation 7J Diffraction 7f Doppler Shift Simulation 7K Doppler Shift 7 Summary 8 Pitch 8a Pitch 8b Loudness 8c Just Noticeable Difference 8d Timbre The First Time 8 Summary 9 Fourier 9a Wave Shape 9b Fourier Series Simulation 9A Fourier Synthesis 9c Fourier Analysis 9d Timbre Again 9 Summary 10 Perception 10a Structure of the Ear Detailed Structure of the Ear 10b The Place Theory of Hearing 10c The Temporal Theory of Hearing 10d Hearing Loss 10E Auditory Illusions Other Interesting Auditory Phenomena 10 Summary 11 Strings 11a String Resonance Simulation 11A String and Tube Standing Waves 11b Surface Resonances 11c Volume or Helmholtz Resonance 11d Stringed Instruments 11 Summary 12 Tubes 12a Tube Resonance 12b Impedance Simulation 12B Reflection from Boundaries Simulation 12c Mechanical Impedance 12c Woodwind Instruments 12d Brass Instruments 12e Pipe Organs and Other Reed Instruments 12 Summary 13 Percussion 13a Instruments with Non harmonic Overtones 13b Harmonic Percussion Instruments 13c Other Musical Instruments 13 Summary 14 Voice 14a The Vocal Tract 14b Vocal Formants 14c Phonemes 14d Singing 14

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