physical and perceptual dimensions of sound waves
determined by the degree to which air molecules are pushed together and pulled apart; more vigarous vibrations of an object cause longer amplitude sound waves
determined by the frequency of sound waves produced by a vibrating object; the more sound waves per second the higher pitched the sound
determined by the complexity of the sound waves, the more little peaks and troughs the more complex the sound.
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