Fundamentals of Sound
Course#: RECA 220-01
Pantelis N. Vassilakis, Ph.D.
Recording Arts Program, School of Film & Television, Loyola Marymount University
The study of sound is a multidisciplinary field that examines the relationship between the physical world of acoustics and the perceptual world of hearing. More specifically, it examines how sound, as vibration, interacts with sound, as a physiological response, to give rise to sonic sensations/perceptions.
Course based on lecture notes and presentations by Drs Vassilakis , Kendall, Ardila, Zhang, Sutherland, and Milicevic. Synthesis resulting in original class content, organization, and structure © 1995-2022
Audio-video examples are in .wav, .mov, mp3, and .rm
(real media) formats.
You can download the latest Real Player for free from www.real.com
Loyola Marymount University - School of Film & Television