People can make loud, attention-getting turkey noises by breaking glass or making mouth calls. Fewer, however, can soften their sounds to sound more like turkeys. Veterans of the sport know how important this is when fooling gobblers in the turkey woods and on the contest calling stage. “Volume control is significant in calling,” says Dave Owens, host of the Pinhoti Project and winner of the Senior Division of the 2018 Grand Nationals Calling Contest. “I don’t think it gets much attention. I think many players add much more noise to the game than necessary. So that everyone can hear it, they practice loudly in the woods. You don’t have to do that. People are surprised by the fact that turkeys can listen.
When you play the violin you can make various sounds.
Even if you play these instruments very loudly, this spectral shape will still be there.
There are a few differences between loud sounds and quiet ones. If you make noise, you’re going to make it louder. In addition, a clear sound has a lower decibel level than a loud sound. When vibrations happen more often, they are louder.
How can you teach in a way that is both quiet and loud?
Tell your kids to hit the drum hard at first, and then show them how to tap the surface gently. Encourage your kids to try out different ways to tap the drum to make loud and quiet sounds. Sing a song and tell the kids to wipe their drums loudly and quietly as you sing.
The perceived loudness of sounds, measured in decibels, determines how loud or soft they seem (dB). How loud something depends on how strong the sound waves are. The decibel is a scale for how loud something is (dB).
As a general rule, loud noises are louder than quiet ones. Sounding Loud Sounds that don’t bother you too much. There are two kinds of noises: loud ones and quiet ones. A hammer hitting a nail or a car horn are examples of loud sounds.