Classify a variety of taped sounds according to their pitch and volume 0307.11.3
Links verified 12/27/2014
- Hearing Fractions: A Harmonic Series Activity by Sarah Tulga - students can hear a variety of pitches from this activity which uses four bugle calls to teach musical fractions (known as harmonics)
- Hearing Subtraction - five frequencies are available; 440 Hz, 441 Hz, 442 Hz, 443 Hz, and 444 Hz - played individually you may not be able to detect the difference, but when you play any two of them at the same time you will hear the wavering sound of "beats"
- Sound Waves Can Be Soft or Loud - a chart of decibels from Phil Tulga's Science of Sound page
- Virtual Water Bottle Xylophone - by clicking on the virtual water bottles you can hear the notes F, G, A, C, and D - you can see four different songs to play on this xylophone by clicking on the up or down arrows
- What Frequencies Can Different Animals Hear? - Phil Tulga shows three charts to answer this question
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