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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[snd] emits the **sound** snd when evaluated. EmitSound[{snd_1, snd_2, ...}] emits each of the sounds snd_i in sequence.

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.

Mathematica supports state-of-the-art **sound** generation, providing both arbitrary waveform synthesis from functions and data, and symbolic note-based MIDI-style **sound** ...

"Sound" describes how you can take functions and lists of data and produce sounds from them. Here we discuss how sounds are represented in Mathematica. Mathematica treats ...

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 the ...

StartupSound is a global option that specifies whether Mathematica plays a **sound** when it is launched.

Basic Plotting Options for Graphics Redrawing and Combining Plots

$SoundDisplayFunction gives the default setting for the option DisplayFunction in **sound** functions.