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are resonate sound waves just air pressure waves and nothing more

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  • are resonate sound waves just air pressure waves and nothing more

    It seems that when something resonates to a sound thats a perfect way to copy and not waste energy! But is sound resonance nothing more than air pressure waves??are they one in the same??

    Does form really amplify sound, if so then form must or could amplify energy or destroy it

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    Originally posted by johnnyfalcon View Post
    It seems that when something resonates to a sound thats a perfect way to copy and not waste energy! But is sound resonance nothing more than air pressure waves??are they one in the same??

    Does form really amplify sound, if so then form must or could amplify energy or destroy it
    Resonance is resonance. It doesn't matter whether it is mechanical (Tesla's earthquake machine), sound generating standing waves or an electrical circuit with L and C driven by an oscillating source.

    Sound resonance is, as you say, pressure waves.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by wrtner View Post
      Resonance is resonance. It doesn't matter whether it is mechanical (Tesla's earthquake machine), sound generating standing waves or an electrical circuit with L and C driven by an oscillating source.

      Sound resonance is, as you say, pressure waves.
      Then how come you cant resonate two different size tuning forks? They must be the same size for one to copy\resonate the other...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by johnnyfalcon View Post
        Then how come you cant resonate two different size tuning forks? They must be the same size for one to copy\resonate the other.
        I think you are talking of this:
        Sympathetic resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        If the forks were an octave apart, it would work. I suspect if they were a certain harmonic part, maybe E and B, it should work.

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        • #5
          As a complete study of resonance we expand the simple concepts to include the harmonics. A composite wave made up of multiple resonant frequencies having a shoebox of relationships.

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