Sound Analysis Apps
- Download Sound Analysis Apps to your smartphone such as:
- Frequency Meter
Graph Frequency vs. Note
Tuning forks are acoustic resonators in the form of a two-pronged fork with the prongs (tines) formed from a U-shaped bar of elastic metal. Tuning forks generate a relatively constant frequency that can be measured with sound analysis applications. The desired frequencies are printed on the tuning forks as seen in the photographs below.
- Measure the frequencies of a series of tuning forks
- Provide screen captures of the following for three or more notes produced by tuning forks.
- sound spectrums
- frequency meter readouts
- Exchange the graphics in the collaborative presentation with graphics you have obtained from the analyses you have been assigned.
Match Frequencies with your Voice
- Each slide Tuning Fork slide in the collaborative presentation is followed by a "Voice" slide. Try to match each frequency with your voice and replace the graphics appropriately with graphs of your voice.
- How does the sound quality of your voice differ from that of the tuning fork at corresponding frequencies?
256 Hz- Middle C - waveform
256 Hz - Middle C (Spectrum)
256 Hz - Middle C - Frequency Meter