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Raizer II. The video illustrates how product sound can be an intuitive, nonverbal product guide.

Raizer II. The video illustrates how product sound can be an intuitive, nonverbal product guide.

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Designed sound has become a necessity in the use of today’s products The companies Lift Up and Soundbranding have collaborated on the development and implementation of sound design in the new version of the Raizer II lifting chair, which you see here. In the process of developing a second generation of Raizer, our lifting chair, […]

Bass Drum Impact Sound Effect [Free]

Bass Drum Impact Sound Effect [Free]

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BOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMM fshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Demonstrating How Sound Can’t Travel Through a Vacuum – Christmas Lectures with Charles Taylor

Demonstrating How Sound Can’t Travel Through a Vacuum – Christmas Lectures with Charles Taylor

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Now I’m going to do a lot of different kinds of experiments and one of them is typified by this piece of apparatus here. This is what one might call an old faithful. The experiment that I’m going to do with this was first done in 1705. So it’s a very old one. It was […]

Your Brain On Sound

Your Brain On Sound

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Hi, I’m John Calder of Acoustic Geometry When we talk about acoustics we should talk about your brain on sound because our sense of hearing, ears and brain, are sensitive to acoustics. And hearing, is a survival tool. You’re hunting for lunch 30,000 years ago You hear a twig snap. (snap) If your brain doesn’t […]

Consonant Sound / b / as in “boy” – American English Pronunciation

Consonant Sound / b / as in “boy” – American English Pronunciation

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Hello there! This is the “Sounds American” channel. In this video, we’re going to talk about the American consonant sound /b/, as in the word “boy.” You can also hear this sound in words like “bill” – “cab” – “baby” or “hobby.” We’ll be using a special phonetic symbol – /b/ – for this sound. […]

The QU Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden

The QU Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden

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Hi. I LOVE SOUNDS! Like (sound), (sound), and even… (sound). Let’s look at this sound! This sound has two letters. Q. And U. We all know that Q says umm, ahhh, hmmm…, I don’t really know what Q says… sometimes QU says kkkk. And U says uh, OR, uuuuuuuu. BUT when we put them together, […]

The WH Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden

The WH Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden

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Hi. I LOVE SOUNDS! Like (sound), (sound), and even (sound). Let’s look at this sound! This sound has two letters. W. And H. We all know that W says wwwww, and H says hhhhh. But when we put them together, WH say (strange sound). Just kidding! Actually, when we put them together, the H becomes […]

O Holy Night Hymn: Lara and Ben duet with Piano and Flute lara6683 Song Collaboration Music

O Holy Night Hymn: Lara and Ben duet with Piano and Flute lara6683 Song Collaboration Music

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O holy night! The stars are brightly shining, It is the night of our dear Saviour’s birth. Long lay the world in sin and error pining, ‘Til He appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices, For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn. Fall on your knees! […]

Diphthong Sound / ɔɪ / as in “boy” – American English Pronunciation

Diphthong Sound / ɔɪ / as in “boy” – American English Pronunciation

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Hello there! This is the “Sounds American” channel. In this video, we’re going to talk about the American vowel sound /ɔɪ/, as in the word “boy.” You can also hear this sound in words like “oil” – “toy” – “coin” or “joy.” We’ll be using special phonetic symbols — /ɔɪ/ — for this sound. Let’s […]

Consonant Sound Flap ‘T’ / t̬ / as in “water” – American English Pronunciation

Consonant Sound Flap ‘T’ / t̬ / as in “water” – American English Pronunciation

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Hello there! This is the “Sounds American” channel. In this video, we’re going to talk about the flap ‘T’ sound, as in the word “water.” You can also hear this sound in words like “city”-“butter” – “title” or “kitty.” Now listen to how these words sound with a “regular” ‘T’: “city” – “butter” – “title” […]