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Music Cont.

Last post, I talked about music and how it's just air vibrations, but I didn't get into what constitutes good music or what just doesn't sound good. "Good" music usually contains harmonies, which basically add another layer to the music. These harmonies are notes at one of the melody's harmonic frequencies. These notes amplify the melodic sound and have a resulting pleasant sound to our ears. On the other side of things, there are some notes that just don't sound good together. These are notes t

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Music

Music is something that has been pretty much ingrained into our society, and is as well in many others around the world. But no one really stops to ask "Why does this sound so good?" What is it that makes music sound good, or bad? The answer is pretty obvious because this is A-Plus physics so, duh, it's physics (and technically it also has to do with the music popular in the current society but that's psychology and sociology so we won't get into that). Sound comes from sound waves sent through

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First Post...

So I know this is a bit late, but seeing as this is my first blog post, I'm going to do the first blog post stuff. Obviously I've been a bit of a procrastinator in the past, but I'm hoping to push past that and keep on top of things for the rest of this year. I'm more of a math and science guy, which is one reason why I'm in this class, but its also because I just want to know how things work. Why do planes fly? What is it that actually makes cars drive? What can we do to make them better? If yo

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