3C55.90 - Science of Sound - Tapes and Records
A variety of examples in 19 different sections of sound phenomena.
81 files of the Science of Sound can be found in the pdf. folder.
- Kim Ludwig-Petsch, Jochen Kuhn, "Shepard Scale Produced and Analyzed with Mobile Devices", TPT, Vol. 59, #5, May 2021, p. 378.
- B. H. Suits, "Frequency and Pitch", TPT, Vol. 57, #9, Dec. 2019, p. 630-632.
- Thomas D. Rossing, "Physics and Psychophysics of High Fidelity Sound Part V", TPT, Vol. 22, #2, Feb. 1984, p. 84.
- Thomas D. Rossing, "Physics and Psychophysics of High Fidelity Sound Part IV", TPT, Vol. 19, #5, May 1981, p. 293.
- Thomas D. Rossing, "Physics and Psychophysics of High‐Fidelity Sound Part III: The Components of a Sound‐Reproducing System: Amplifiers and Loudspeakers", TPT, Vol. 18, #6, Sept. 1980, p. 426.
- Thomas D. Rossing, "Physics and Psychophysics of High‐Fidelity Sound Part II: The Components of a Sound‐Reproducing System", TPT, Vol. 18, #4, Apr. 1980, p. 278.
- Thomas D. Rossing, "Physics and Psychophysics of High-Fidelity Sound", TPT, Vol. 17, #9, Dec. 1979, p. 563.
- Brother Shamus Mahoney, "Seeing the Science of Sound", TPT, Vol. 7, #4, Apr. 1969, p. 246.
- Johanna L. Miller, "Musical Pitch Perception Starts Early", Physics Today, Vol. 67, #10, Oct. 2014, p. 18.
- Nina Kraus, "Listening In on the Listening Brain", Physics Today, Vol. 64, #6, June 2011, p. 40.
- Diana Deutsch, "Hearing Music in Ensembles", Physics Today, Vol. 63, #2, Feb. 2010, p. 40.
- Sara Chodosh, "My Sonic Experiments Messed Me Up", Popular Science, Winter 2019, p. 106.
- Arika Okrent, Valerio Pellegrini, "Sound It Out", Popular Science, Winter 2019, p. 10.
- R. A. Rasch and R. Plomp, "The Perception of Musical Tones", Musical Acoustics-Selected Reprints, 1988, p. 28.
- B. Scharf and A. J. M. Houtsma, "Loudness, Pitch, Localization, Aural Distortion, Pathology", Musical Acoustics-Selected Reprints, 1988, p. 15.
- "W-095 Science of Sound - Bell Labs", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
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