Sound Wave

Term Categoy: Acoustics

A sound wave is a disturbance that propagates through a medium, such as air or water, as a sequence of compressions and rarefactions. It is created by the vibration of an object or source, such as a musical instrument or vocal folds. Sound waves travel in a wave-like pattern, characterized by properties like frequency (pitch) and amplitude (volume). These waves are essential for transmitting sound and allowing us to perceive and interpret auditory information.

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