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by: Dr. Mikel Von


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Dr. Mikel Von
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Mikel Von on Friday September 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUC 4313 at University of Florida taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see /class/206686/muc-4313-university-of-florida in Music at University of Florida.




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Date Created: 09/18/15
Notes from and comments upon The Acoustical Foundations of Music by John Backus Second Edition WW Norton and Company New York 1977 Prepared for MUC 4313I5315 The University of Florida Fall 2003 by Sam Hamm Chapter Five The Ear Intensity and Loudness Levels pp87106 Notes deiiuediiom tne textwill be in plalri type ear in quotes quotExcerpts iiom tne text will app Comments upon tne materialwill be in itaiio type way a g wi now turn our attention to our physiologicalsound receptors 7 our ears 7 and how our ears receive and process n I Structure otthe ear 0 Outer Ear 0 Middle Ear o lnnerEar I The semicircu Middle Ear Outer Ear Inner Ear lncus Arivll Horizontal semicircular canal stapes lStlrrup in oua l window Auditory Nerve Cocniea We Malleus Hammer Round Window T mpanic Membrane v Exterriai Auditory canal Eustacniari Tube na 7 exterior visible structure of ear that gathers and focuses sound auditory canalmeatus a pathway for sound into the ear r ume membrane at the end otthe auditory canal that separates the outer and middle ear Eustachian tube a connects to throat allows for equalization to changes to ambient air pressure ossicu tar chain hammer anvil stirrup e transmit vibrations from eardrum to coch ea val window a where the stirrup connects to the cochlea cochlea a primary structure otthe inner ear perilymph a uid that lls the cochlea o ilar atbisects 4 tes barrier between middle and inner ears 0 lea round Wl dUWr wrth oval Window constitu helcotrema 7 opening between the two halves otthe co h lar canals which assist us in balance are also connected to the cochlea I The response of the basilai p wi iic of the basilar membrane closer ii end otthe ua iiai p 4 to iiicuiiiiiig iuiaiiuii l ligh a the end to the oval Window and low frequencies at the end closer to the helicotrema i 0 ta Va V t we 1 u


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