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This web site is a non-specialist's tutorial on the topic of music acoustics. It is organized so users can easily link to basic background information or highly specific information…
  
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Publisher: University of Salford
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Check out this site from the University of Salford for a set of multimedia tutorials on wave fundamentals, oscillations, sound wave propagation, and wave phenomena. The tutorials are…
  
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This item is an interactive Java simulation that models the addition and subtraction of waves. You can set amplitude, frequency, and phase shift of two waves, then push the "Add"…
  
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E. Zobel
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This item is a tutorial on the fundamentals of waves. Topics include wave properties and phenomena, types of waves, wave interference, and more. The section on interference includes…
  
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Publisher: WNET
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This is a set of interactive articles on tsunamis developed to accompany the Savage Earth television series on PBS. The three articles explain the anatomy of a tsunami and how it…
  
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Editor: R. Teese; Publisher: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This page contains a set of three short video clips of wave pulses on a slinky spring. One shows a single pulse reflected from a fixed end, the second shows two pulses passing over…
  
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T. Mzoughi
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A page linking to sixteen YouTube and Google Flash videos dealing with sound. Information on how to download and convert the videos is also provided.
  
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Publisher: D. Russell
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This web page provides animations that show the physics of the Doppler effect and the formation of shockwaves from sound waves generated by a moving source. Photos show shockwaves of…
  
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Publisher: ThinkQuest
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This web page explains the structure of the ear and the way sound is received, transmitted, and understood by the brain. It takes you through each part of the ear and explains how…
  
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B. Taylor
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Try this site's wave simulations--you can change the wave properties and see what happens. Don't miss Superposition, where you start two pulses towards each other and then step the…
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