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Are there any books on the physics of sound?

Asked by Aesthetic_Mess (7863 points ) October 14th, 2010

That are easy to understand, and yet informative?

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Rarebear's avatar

No idea if it’s any good—I just did an Amazon search, but it has good reviews and you can get it for really cheap used.
http://www.amazon.com/Physics-Sound-2nd-Richard-Berg/dp/0131830473

LuckyGuy's avatar

Is there something specific you want to study?. I do quite a bit with ultrasonics and use the beat frequencies to do interesting tasks.

YARNLADY's avatar

Yes, Isaac Asimov wrote several good, easy to understand books on science.

sndfreQ's avatar

Several can be found by the industry publisher focalpress.com

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