Sound is usually referred to as just "sound waves" - we do not talk about a "sound particle" and only as a wave or "matter wave."
Could something similar apply to light i.e. that there really is no "light particle" (photon) and that the wave representation is what applies both to sound and light?
We say light is an electromagnetic movement, could it be that light is an electromagnetic movement with just movement and similarly to sound like there is no "sound particle" (only a movement that makes some sound from vibration and movement of particles that are "ordinary" particles in the air and not in fact any particular "sound particle" so similarly the photon could be just a name or just a concept in fact used to describe what is similar to sound and just a wave and not a special particle?
I know this seems controversial like saying that there is no photon and I say it might be not that controversial since there is no particular particle for sound and a waveform only.
Thanks for any insight!