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Sound

  • Sound[ primitives ] represents a sound.
  • Any number of sound primitives or lists of sound primitives can be given. They are played in sequence.
  • Sound can be played using Show.
  • The following primitives can be used:
  • The standard print form for Sound[... ] is -Sound-. InputForm prints the explicit list of primitives.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 2.9.18.
  • Related packages: Miscellaneous`Audio`, Miscellaneous`Music`.

    Further Examples

    This creates a Sound object of a steadily rising tone.

    Evaluate the cell to see the graphic and hear the sound.

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