a method for determining the distance between a point and the position of a sound source by measuring the time lapse between the origin of the sound and its arrival at the point.
the determination of the location of a source of sound waves by measuring the time lapse between their transmission and their reception at microphones situated at three or more known positions
noun 1. the sensation produced by stimulation of the organs of hearing by vibrations transmitted through the air or other medium. 2. mechanical vibrations transmitted through an elastic medium, traveling in air at a speed of approximately 1087 feet (331 meters) per second at sea level. 3. the particular auditory effect produced by a given […]
noun 1. the component sounds of an environment. 2. the component sounds of a piece of music.
- Sound shift
noun 1. a gradual alteration or series of alterations in the pronunciation of a set of sounds, esp of vowels See also Great Vowel Shift
noun 1. a graphic representation, produced by a sound spectrograph, of the frequency, intensity, duration, and variation with time of the resonance of a sound or series of sounds.