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On the Propagation of Sound

On the Propagation of Sound on the propagation of sound Charlie Morrow © 2008 Charlie Morrow  90    PAJ 88 (2007), pp. 000–000.  PAJ 88 (2008), pp. 105–123.    90 © 2007 Charlie Morrow Sound Catching Sound- & Making Ears Understand Environments A blind person hears the shape of a space. Each environment has a sound signature based on the propagation of sound within. nd M u ves in o Sphe Radiates  degrees in all directions from point of origin Concentric interstellar ripples of sound re s So D We hear in • Sound in D has X-axis (front/back), Y-axis (left/right) and Z-axis (up/down). X-Y-Z positions and sizes sound sources. • D immersive sound reproduces spaces, the feeling of spaces, replacing the actual physical listening space. • Instant localization of sound is key to survival and defense. Propagation in Air Water Solids SOUND BEHAVIOR in Propagation ABSORPTION in Transit SPONGE FRICTION REFLECTION on Contact BOUNCE DIFFRACTION REFRACTION in Medium CHANGE MOTION Each environment is sonically unique. Sound Moves in Wind Sonar Sound Locates Objects Under Water Ultrasound Viewing Fetus Chladni Patterns on Violin Body Show Resonant Frequencies Shock Waves Shock waves are characterized by a sudden change in the characteristics of the medium (such as pressure, temperature, or speed) as a positive step function. The corresponding http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art MIT Press

On the Propagation of Sound

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art , Volume 30 (1) – Jan 1, 2008

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MIT Press
Copyright
© 2008 Charlie Morrow
Subject
Features
ISSN
1520-281X
eISSN
1537-9477
DOI
10.1162/pajj.2008.30.1.90
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on the propagation of sound Charlie Morrow © 2008 Charlie Morrow  90    PAJ 88 (2007), pp. 000–000.  PAJ 88 (2008), pp. 105–123.    90 © 2007 Charlie Morrow Sound Catching Sound- & Making Ears Understand Environments A blind person hears the shape of a space. Each environment has a sound signature based on the propagation of sound within. nd M u ves in o Sphe Radiates  degrees in all directions from point of origin Concentric interstellar ripples of sound re s So D We hear in • Sound in D has X-axis (front/back), Y-axis (left/right) and Z-axis (up/down). X-Y-Z positions and sizes sound sources. • D immersive sound reproduces spaces, the feeling of spaces, replacing the actual physical listening space. • Instant localization of sound is key to survival and defense. Propagation in Air Water Solids SOUND BEHAVIOR in Propagation ABSORPTION in Transit SPONGE FRICTION REFLECTION on Contact BOUNCE DIFFRACTION REFRACTION in Medium CHANGE MOTION Each environment is sonically unique. Sound Moves in Wind Sonar Sound Locates Objects Under Water Ultrasound Viewing Fetus Chladni Patterns on Violin Body Show Resonant Frequencies Shock Waves Shock waves are characterized by a sudden change in the characteristics of the medium (such as pressure, temperature, or speed) as a positive step function. The corresponding

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PAJ: A Journal of Performance and ArtMIT Press

Published: Jan 1, 2008

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