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What is the Doppler Effect? From the Acoustics FAQ.

The Doppler Effect A hands-on activity from the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA.

The Doppler Effect from the online Physics book.

What is White Noise, Pink Noise? From the Acoustics FAQ.

Noise Control Glossary from the IAC Noise Control Reference Handbook, 1989 Edition by Martin Hirschorn.

What is Musical Resonance? from David Worrall's site at The Australian Centre for the Arts and Technology at the Australian National University.

What is Resonance? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Resonator A hands-on activity from the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA.

What Causes a Sonic Boom? From the Acoustics FAQ.

At What Point Does Sound Become Unsafe? From the Acoustics FAQ.

A Tour Up the Harmonic Series a thorough introduction to this complex subject in relation to its impact on tuning systems by David Canright of the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA .

What is Reverberation? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Contains Sound Examples: Reverberation Definition and Audio Examples from the Barron Kennedy Lyzun & Associates Ltd. web site.

Reverberation & Echoes by Richard O. Duda, Department of Electrical Engineering, San Jose State University.

What is Reverberation Time? From the Acoustics FAQ.

Collision of Waves from the online Physics book.

What is Interference (constructive and destructive)? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

What is Interference (constructive and destructive)? The introductory course Physics 1301, from the University of Winnipeg.

Interference of Waves from the online Physics book.

What are Beats? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

What is Reflection? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

What is Refraction? From Dr. Tom Callaway's Physics 101 home page, at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction of waves from the online Physics book.

What is a Standing Wave? From Brandeis Physics Department, Brandeis University, Boston, MA.

Contains Sound Examples: Standing Wave Animation [ .mpg format ] From Dan Russell, Ph.D., GMI Engineering & Management Institute in Flint, MI.

Contains Sound Examples: Plucked String Animation [ .mpg format ] From Dan Russell, Ph.D., GMI Engineering & Management Institute in Flint, MI.

What is the Inverse Square Law? check under letter "i" in this glossary.

Text Books, Bibliographies, and Other Resources

Table of Contents, Musical Acoustics: Second Edition by Donald E. Hall.

College Level Physics Demonstrations From the University of Maryland Physics Lecture-Demonstration Facility.

An Overview of principles by Steve Robinson, at Tennessee Technological University (TTU), in Cookeville, TN.

Understanding Surf The answer to that all important question about what makes the perfect surfing wave perfect? By Dick Wold.

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