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MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA – MR. MICHAEL UHRICH, DIRECTOR OF BANDS
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Unit 2 Music Technology August 22nd - September 1st, 2016
waveform view-18 sine wave-26 pitch-19 triangle wave-26 frequency-20 sawtooth-wave-26 hertz (Hz)-20 square wave-26 period 20-pulse wave-26 ultrasonic-21 noise-27 white noise-27 Shepard tones-22 pink noise-27 loudness-22 phase cancellation-28 amplitude-22 articulation, 28 decibels of sound pressure level (dB SPL)-23 amplitude envelope-29 attack,– decay– sustain– release envelope (ADSR)-29 threshold of hearing-23 threshold of pain-23 attack– release envelope (AR)-30 temporary threshold shift-24 rhythm-31 timbre-26 transient patterns-31 waveform-26 beat detection-31
Objectives: Students will understand...
1. Relationship between perceptual and physical properties of sound
2. pitch and frequency
3. Loudness and amplitude
4. Timbre and wave form types
6. Rhythm and amplitude transients
7. Intro to Audacity software(click to download)
Audacity User Manual
Why is it necessary to define the properties of sound?
Procedure - Agenda:
New Idea - Properties of sound
Discuss and define the elements of sound
Learning Goal: Students will understand the importance of understanding music technology. Students will understand what sound is and how we qualify and quatify sound.
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