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1. amplitude – the loudness or softness of the sound; the strength of the vibration; refers to dynamics 2. Dynamics - an element of musical expression that is determined partly by the acoustical properties of an instrument or voice, the number of musicians playing or singing, the use of amplification, and shows the mood. 3. Timbre – tone color of sounds – why flute sounds different then violin; complexity and shape of sound waves; how many waves go into making up a sound; and what is the relationship and proportions. 4. Tone – each tone has a fundamental pitch, and a simultaneously sounding series of progressively higher over tones, also called partial harmonics. Mainly the tones that we can hear the most clear, 5. frequency – rate of vibrations in time with the sin wave; cycles per second; ears see it as a pitch, the high and the low of the sound; put together to make melodies 6. over tone series – resonate along with the pitch and determine the timbre of the sound 7. affective memory
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