All about Sound

Author: Anna Claybourne

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Page: 48

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From sonic booms to sound waves, find out all about sound and what it does in this fascinating book, including what lies ahead for our use of sound in the future. "Super Science" fact boxes give interesting stats and lesser-known facts so you can impress your friends with your science knowledge!
Juvenile Nonfiction

All About Sound

Author: Angela Royston

Publisher: Capstone

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 482

This series introduces simple science topics using everyday objects and situations that readers can recognize in the world around them. This title looks at sound: how sounds are made, how they travel, how we hear them, what makes a sound high or low, loud or soft.
Juvenile Nonfiction

All About Light and Sound

Author: Connie Jankowski

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 528

Light and sound are two of the most important ways to understand the world around us. The sun is Earth's main source of energy and light. Light bounces off objects and travels to our eyes. Our eyes and brain work together to translate that light into what we see while our ears pick up sound vibrations and translate them into meaningful messages.
Fiction

The Sound of All Flesh

Author: Barry Webster

Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill

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Category: Fiction

Page: 170

View: 839

`Warning: The following stories contain nudity, violence, pianos, amazingly radiant verbalising, venomous weather, and funny clanking noises in the tiled washrooms of the nation. Viewer discretion is advised.'
Music

House of Worship Sound Reinforcement

Author: Jamie Rio

Publisher: ArtisPro

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Category: Music

Page: 234

View: 813

House of Worship Sound Reinforcement provides everything you need to know to become a sound technician in a house of worship and beyond. Starting with the basic foundations of sound, you’ll progress into learning how the sound in your house of worship is captured with microphones and transduced into electricity. From there, you will explore the wonders of the mixing console, where all the audio you’re capturing is sent, processed, and mixed together. Next up will be a thorough examination of how sound is projected not only to the congregation but also back at the worship team through the speaker system. After delving into the world of digital processors, you will learn how to create an optimal environment for projecting sound in your worship space, which includes properly setting up your system. Finally, you will discover what it takes to maintain your system as well as how to readjust and/or create a new system for outreach events. Although the concepts in this book are complex, they are conveyed in non-technical language, so even if you have no experience with sound reinforcement, the book’s contents are easy to follow and put into practice. The authors focus on real-world situations and setups and avoid discussions of physics and math, which can be confusing and intimidating. Whether you are just beginning your journey into live sound, you’ve been mixing at your own house of worship for a period of time, or you have years of experience already logged in, you will surely find useful information, tricks of the trade, and sound advice in this book that will serve you for years to come.
City noise

Noise Annoyance in Central London

Author: Great Britain. Government Social Survey Department

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Category: City noise

Page: 125

View: 634

Annual Report

Author: Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' Exchange (Cincinnati, Ohio)

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Juvenile Nonfiction

Why Does Sound Travel?

Author: Nicolas Brasch

Publisher: Powerkids Press

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 354

Provides answers to questions related to sound, how humans percieve it, and how it is measured.
Education

Thinking and Literacy

Author: Carolyn N. Hedley

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Education

Page: 328

View: 707

This volume explores higher level, critical, and creative thinking, as well as reflective decision making and problem solving -- what teachers should emphasize when teaching literacy across the curriculum. Focusing on how to encourage learners to become independent thinking, learning, and communicating participants in home, school, and community environments, this book is concerned with integrated learning in a curriculum of inclusion. It emphasizes how to provide a curriculum for students where they are socially interactive, personally reflective, and academically informed. Contributors are authorities on such topics as cognition and learning, classroom climates, knowledge bases of the curriculum, the use of technology, strategic reading and learning, imagery and analogy as a source of creative thinking, the nature of motivation, the affective domain in learning, cognitive apprenticeships, conceptual development across the disciplines, thinking through the use of literature, the impact of the media on thinking, the nature of the new classroom, developing the ability to read words, the bilingual, multicultural learner, crosscultural literacy, and reaching the special learner. The applications of higher level thought to classroom contexts and materials are provided, so that experienced teacher educators, and psychologists are able to implement some of the abstractions that are frequently dealt with in texts on cognition. Theoretical constructs are grounded in educational experience, giving the volume a practical dimension. Finally, appropriate concerns regarding the new media, hypertext, bilingualism, and multiculturalism as they reflect variation in cognitive experience within the contexts of learning are presented.
Science

Scientific American

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Category: Science

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Monthly magazine devoted to topics of general scientific interest.
Computers

Xtravaganza!

Author: Chuck Henderson

Publisher: Peachpit Press

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Category: Computers

Page: 1257

View: 340

Chapters of the book are organized by the Xtra function (such as Transition, Graphic Effects, Video and Sound, etc.). Each chapter begins with its own quick-reference table of contents that graphically shows the Xtras covered in the chapter, the Macromedia products to which they apply, the type of Xtra, and the platforms supported. Each chapter continues with an explanation of the nature and essential vocabulary for the data types and functions covered in the chapter, and then describes what Xtras are available, what they do, how to use them, and how to evaluate and buy them. It also offers in-depth case studies of Xtras in use. This is one resource multimedia developers and authors cant be without
Noise

Transportation Noise Bibliography

Author: Transportation Systems Center. Technology Sharing Program Office

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Category: Noise

Page: 90

View: 943

Fiction

Bellweather Rhapsody

Author: Kate Racculia

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 709

Winner of a 2015 Alex Award "Delightfully odd...A fine cast of misfits and dreamers and foes. A." —Entertainment Weekly “A deliciously dark confection of a novel, and one of the most thoroughly enjoyable books I’ve read in years.” —Celeste Ng, author of Everything I Never Told You “Warm, entertaining and thoughtful, and a glorious celebration of music.” — Minneapolis Star Tribune Fifteen years ago, a murder-suicide in room 712 rocked the grand old Bellweather Hotel and the young bridesmaid who witnessed it, Minnie Graves. Now hundreds of high school musicians have gathered at the Bellweather for the annual Statewide festival; Minnie has returned to face her demons; and a blizzard is threatening to trap them all inside. When a young prodigy disappears from infamous room 712, the search for her entwines an eccentric cast of conductors and caretakers, teenagers on the verge and adults haunted by memories. A genre-bending page-turner, full of playful nods to pop-culture classics from The Shining to Agatha Christie to Glee, Bellweather Rhapsody is a winning new novel from a writer to watch. “Funny and exuberant, twisty and captivating . . . For its darkness and its glee, I loved this novel.” — Robin Sloan, author of Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore “A rollicking story . . . Racculia’s exuberant voice inspires laugh-out-loud moments while also bringing to life broken people who find solace in each other’s heartaches.” — Wisconsin State Journal