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View Resource The Soda Bottle Speaker

This web site, authored by Tajhid Robinson of Mercer University, supplies instructions for constructing a simple "Soda Bottle Speaker." A parts list and information about the materials user are included, as well as two experiments to study the properties of the speaker.

View Resource Talking about Sound and Music

Catherine Schmidt-Jones, in cooperation with the Connexions Project at Rice University, addresses the connection between musical instruments and the physics of sound in this site. Designed for an audience from middle school students to adults, users will find educational diagrams and explanations about physics terms such as pitch, frequency, and standing waves. This is an excellent resource for...

View Resource How Humans Speak, Sing, Squeak and Squeal

The National Center for Voice and Speech developed this series of mini-courses and tutorials to assist people with difficult concepts in voice production. Intended for those who have taken a college level physics course, users can learn about many topics including frequencies, vocal fold oscillations, and pitch control. If it has been a few years since your last physics course, feel free to take...

View Resource Acoustics and Vibration Animations

Dan Russell, a professor of Applied Physics at Ketting University, created this site to provide students animated images of sounds and vibrations produced by instruments such as loudspeakers and guitars. The site is divided into three sections, which include: "Acoustics I: Sounds and Sources," "Acoustics II: Sound and Vibration," and "Other Wave Phenomena (not acoustics, but still waves)." This...

View Resource ISVR: Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the University of Southampton

At this website, the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) at the University of Southampton features its research and educational opportunities dealing with noise and vibrations. Users can find materials about virtual acoustics, aeroacoustics, high frequency vibrations, and many other ISVR projects. Researchers can learn about ISVR's vacancies and about upcoming conferences such as the...

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