Agonistic: These are vocalizations used during aggressive interactions and when coyotes display submission. They include woofing, growling, huffing (high-intensity threat), barking, bark-howling, yelping (submission and startle), and high-frequency whining (usually given by a subordinate coyote). What to do if coyotes are near your house? If you see a coyote inRead More →

An audiometry exam tests how well your hearing functions. It tests both the intensity and the tone of sounds, balance issues, and other issues related to the function of the inner ear. A doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating hearing loss called an audiologist administers the test. What isRead More →

Regulation is the adjustment of the mechanical aspects of the pianos to compensate for the effects of wear, the compacting and settling of cloth, felt, and buckskin, as well as dimensional changes in wood and wool parts due to changes in humidity. Why does my electric piano buzz? So, whyRead More →

Balanced matters most between amp and DAC or on long signal runs between a source and mixer/preamp. Balanced does not inherently sound better – arguably the opposite is true at a given price point – but if a device is designed to be balanced it will sound better being usedRead More →

Brewer’s Blackbirds often make a tchup or chuk similar to the calls of other blackbirds, and used in a manner scientists have called “conversational in nature.” A more intense, slightly higher pitched version of this call is used as an alarm, to chase off intruders, and when carrying food forRead More →

The Whistle. Bloop. Julia. Slow Down. The Hum. … Skyquakes. Skyquakes, or unexplained sonic booms, have been heard around the world for the last 200 years or so, usually near bodies of water. … UVB-76. 52-Hertz whale. What made the bloop sound? “The Bloop” is the given name of aRead More →

Microsoft DirectSound provides a system to capture sounds from input devices and play sounds through various playback devices using advanced 3-dimensional positioning effects, and filters for echo, distortion, reverberation, and other effects. What is Wave Mapper? “The Windows sound system has a sound device called Wave Mapper, also known asRead More →

Treatment Earwax removal. Removing an earwax blockage can decrease tinnitus symptoms. Treating a blood vessel condition. Underlying blood vessel conditions may require medication, surgery or another treatment to address the problem. Hearing aids. … Changing your medication. Is pulsatile tinnitus serious? Pulsatile tinnitus is usually due to a small bloodRead More →

Nootka Island (French: île Nootka) is an island adjacent to Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It is 510 square kilometres (200 sq mi) in area. How do I get to Nootka Island? By Car with Air Transport from Gold River, BC : From your current location, navigate to HorseshoeRead More →

The chemical reactions inside a lit firework lead to a build-up of heat and gas. These cause an explosion that creates a blast wave because of the release of a large amount of energy in a small volume. … So the bigger the explosion, the higher the pressure and theRead More →