The perception of sound incidents requires the presence of some simple physical effects. A sound source oscillates and puts the surrounding air into motion. These oscillations are transmitted to the ear of the listener due to the compressibility and the mass of the air.
KeywordsSound Pressure Sound Pressure Level Frequency Response Function Hearing Level Time Domain Signal
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