It is well known that if you blow horizontally on a bottle top it creates a sound. Pouring water to the bottle changes the pitch. I have been doing experiments on the relation between the sound's ...
I play the flute as a hobby, and I've noticed that when playing middle D or E flat, one can interrupt the air column by releasing a certain key (which is near the middle of the air column), and yet ...
Why does the sound pitch increase on every consecutive tick at the bottom of a filled cup of coffee?
Since I don't know the proper physical terms for this, I describe it in everyday English. The following has kept me wondering for quite some time and so far I haven't found a reasonable explanation. ...
We know that from our experience when we tear up a piece of paper, we can hear a characteristic sound. What is the underlying mechanism behind it? What do the dominant frequencies (edit: I don't mean ...