I have read this question:
The walls have their resonant frequencies and being large objects, these tend to be low frequencies. Therefore bass sound waves are better at triggering resonance in the walls, which helps their transmittance.
I have noticed that whenever a muscle car or a car with loud subwoofers passes by, everything in the environment shakes (vibrates). This includes big objects (like the answer says), the house's walls, but it includes small objects that are close too. So I do not fully understand that answers there, they do not fully answer my question (they answer more about why the sound travels through the wall). But why do higher pitch sounds not shake (vibrate) the environment? In my experience this only works with these very loud low pitch noises.
- Why do only bass sounds (muscle cars and subwoofers) shake the environment?