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Pearson Education The Science of Sound, 3rd Edition
The Science of Sound, 3rd Edition
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The Science of Sound is a widely recognized textbook in the field. This book provides an excellent introduction to acoustics for students without a strong background in college physics or mathematics. Emphasis is placed on understanding the phenomena of sound, and a wide variety of topics are discussed.
In the Third Edition, Richard Moore and Paul Wheeler join Tom Rossing in updating The Science of Sound to include a wide range of important technological developments in the field of acoustics. New exercises and review questions have been added to the end of each chapter to help students study the material.
About the Authors
Thomas D. Rossing completed his B.A. at Luther College in 1950, his M.S. and Ph.D. at Iowa State University in 1954. Currently, he is a professor at Northern Illinois University. Currently, he is a professor at Northern Illinois University. Professor Rossing has published more than 200 papers and ten books.
Richard F. Moore, University of California, San Diego Paul A. Wheeler, Utah State University
Table of Contents
I. VIBRATIONS, WAVES, AND SOUNDS 1. What is Sound? 2. Vibrating Systems 3. Waves 4. ResonanceII. PERCEPTION AND MEASUREMENT OF SOUND 5. Hearing 6. Sound Pressure, Power, and Loudness 7. Pitch and Timbre 8. Combination Tones and Harmony 9. Musical Scales and TemperamentIII. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10. String Instruments 11. Brass Instruments 12. Woodwind Instruments 13. Percussion Instruments 14. Keyboard InstrumentsIV. THE HUMAN VOICE 15. Speech Production 16. Speech Recognition, Analysis, and Synthesis 17. SingingV. ELECTROACOUSTICS 18. Electronic Circuits 19. Loudspeakers 20. Microphones, Amplifiers, and Tuners 21. Digital Circuits and Techniques 22. Sound RecordingVI. ROOM ACOUSTICS 23. Auditorium Acoustics 24. Electronic Reinforcement of Sound 25. Small Rooms, Home Listening Rooms and Recording StudiosVII. ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER MUSIC 26. Music Technology and its Origins 27. Analog Electronic Music 28. Digital Audio and Processing 29. Computer Music and Virtual AcousticsVIII. ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND 30. Noise in the Environment 31. Effects of Noise on People 32. Control of Noise
Table of Contents
Thomas D. Rossing, Richard F. Moore, Paul A. Wheeler
9.1 x 7.4 x 0.6", 24.13 x 18.79 x 4.31cm
ISBN-10: 0805385657, ISBN-13: 978-0805385656
Pearson Education, Addison Wesley
December 18, 2001
Pearson Education The Science of Sound, 3rd Edition Review