(music) a small post, usually of pine, on guitars, violins, etc, that joins the front surface to the back, helps to support the bridge, and allows the whole body of the instrument to vibrate
noun, Physics. 1. Also called excess sound pressure, instantaneous sound pressure. the difference between the pressure at a point in a medium through which a sound wave is passing and the static pressure of the medium at that point. 2. effective sound pressure.
adjective 1. impervious to sound. verb (used with object) 2. to cause to be soundproof. adjective 1. not penetrable by sound verb 2. (transitive) to render soundproof
noun 1. 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. sound ranging noun 1. the determination of the location of a source of sound waves by measuring the time lapse […]
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 […]