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Sound   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Sound[primitives] represents a sound. Sound[primitives, t] specifies that the sound should have duration t. Sound[primitives, {t_min, t_max}] specifies that the sound should ...
Sound   (Mathematica Tutorial)
On most computer systems, Mathematica can produce not only graphics but also sound. Mathematica treats graphics and sound in a closely analogous way. For example, just as you ...
EmitSound   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
EmitSound[snd] emits the sound snd when evaluated. EmitSound[{snd_1, snd_2, ...}] emits each of the sounds snd_i in sequence.
SampledSoundList   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SampledSoundList[{a_1, a_2, ...}, r] is a sound primitive that represents a sound whose amplitude has levels a_i sampled r times a second.
Sound and Sonification   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica supports state-of-the-art sound generation, providing both arbitrary waveform synthesis from functions and data, and symbolic note-based MIDI-style sound ...
The Representation of Sound   (Mathematica Tutorial)
"Sound" describes how you can take functions and lists of data and produce sounds from them. This tutorial discusses how sounds are represented in Mathematica. Mathematica ...
SoundNote   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SoundNote[pitch] represents a music-like sound note with the specified pitch. SoundNote[pitch, t] takes the note to have duration t. SoundNote[pitch, {t_min, t_max}] takes ...
Graphics and Sound   (Mathematica Overview)
Basic Plotting Options for Graphics Redrawing and Combining Plots
StartupSound   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
StartupSound is a global option that specifies whether Mathematica plays a sound when it is launched.
SampledSoundFunction   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SampledSoundFunction[f, n, r] is a sound primitive that represents a sound whose amplitude sampled r times a second is generated by applying the function f to successive ...
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