By Hilary . Janysek. What’s the difference?. Intonation: . . (noun) The correct or accurate pitching (placement) of intervals; the capacity to play or sing in tune.. Tuning: . . (verb) to adjust to the correct or given standard of pitch. .
Wave. particles vibrate parallel to the direction of the motion of the wave. Terminology. Compressions. : areas where particles come closer together. Rarefactions: . regions where particles are further apart.
Introduction. Tune-up procedures have changed in recent years and are done as part of routine maintenance rather then correct a drivability problem. New engine can run for longer periods between tune-ups. Most new engines do not require spark plug replacement for up to 100,000 KM.
Presentation Outline. Mechanical waves are particle-to-particle interactions. Slinky Demonstration. Medium definition. Wave speed. Sound Wave in a Medium. Production of Sound Waves. Compressions and Rarefactions.
for . two identical waves traveling in opposite directions.. . Snapshots . of the blue and the green waves and their red sum shows a wave that appears to not be traveling.. Because . the resultant red wave is not traveling it is called a .
Producing and Detecting sound. What is sound?. The sound you hear is sound waves that can only travel through matter.. Sound waves are longitudinal waves. . Sources of sound. Every sound comes from a vibration, which is the energy that the wave uses to carry the sound..
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Waves Tune Tuning Correction Plug in for Vocals and Monophonic Sound Sources
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