Quote: Originally Posted by techno di
what is meant by frequency of sound so ?
Simple question - complex answers.
Signal processing and mathematics define frequency in terms of things like Fourier series, Fourier Transforms etc..
But you may be talking more about the human production and perception of sound.
The vocal cords typically excite a time varying vocal tract to produce the spoken or singing voice.
The inner ear - anvil, stirrups, stapes; cochlear transform the sound waves like a non linear spectrum analyzer to stimulate cochlear neurons.
The whole system is magnificent but highly non linear and complex.
(I did work for quite a while in speech signal processing so I'm not really bullsh...ing.)
You must have googled this ???? Sound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And I think "Chillout" means what it says.