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RAVEN Pro 1.4 ( log in details for downloading will be provided) 2. NOTE: The objective of the this report is to use the programs to let you demonstrate some aspect of sound or music. You must – as a minimum – show your knowledge of the waveform, spectrogram, and spectrogram slice features of Raven and how these give you insight to some aspect of sound or music. The topic must be meaningful and presented in a meaningful way in your report! The bottom line is that you must convince me that you understand the terminology, concepts, and tools of this course and - most importantly - that you understand what the graphs and the parameters you determine mean in terms of the characteristics of the sound.
the topic compare between middle C to high C or lower C to high C I can give the sound file which I recorded middle C to High C you must drag the sound file to RAven program and start doing compare 2 difference sounds and analyse with using RAVEN. need to find out frequencies, harmonic, intensity level, and timber. and Don't forget the screenshot!!!!!!!!!!!! this is requirement!!!!
Use the following format for your reports regarding the experiments that you perform. Number each section with the heading as shown below. Each section should contain the required information in clearly written sentences (these reports are not outlines). Be sure to include everything that is asked for in the experiment (particular images, tables, values, etc.). Each report MUST be in your own words...working together is fine but your write-ups must be separate. Date: 1. Title: 2. Introduction: (State the purpose of the experiment in general terms: What are you trying to discover or show? Review any background, existing information or theory: What have you read about the topic regarding the experiment? What do you expect if anything?) 3. Setup/Parameters/Procedure: What equipment and software are you using for the experiment (e.g. computer, speakers, candle, Raven)? Parameters or properties you are observing/measuring: What are you trying to observe or measure? Description of Procedure: What did you do?) 4. Results: (What did you measure or observe. Present your data: • Provide tables showing your measurements with units. • Provide graphs. Graphs should be neat, clear, and demonstrate what you are reporting. • Calculations and results including units. Present your analysis of what you measured or observed: What do your measurements or observations mean?) 5. Discussions/Conclusions: • What can you conclude from the experiment: What did you discover or learn? • Evaluate the outcome objectively. Base your conclusions on your measurements, data, and analysis. Give reasons why you believe that outcome is or is not consistent with what you expected. Make it plain, simple. Make factual statements. • Did your experiment prove a point? Did it support your expectation? • Did you discover something different than you expected? This is ok too! 6. Appendices • Any supporting material or data that doesn’t fit in main body of report. • Any references to information used that was reported/provided by others.Additional Project Description:
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