Sound by William C. Robertson

Aimed at people who need to teach someone else, Sound covers waves and instruments and why we hear what we hear. It’s packed full of information, but reads fast and is still easy to understand. There are lots of experiments included to help you really get the science being explained. It’s quite dated, though, particularly the section that talks about how anyone over about 40 will have a record player laying around. I recommend this book for people who want to understand or need to teach the basics about sound.

4 (out of 5) Stars

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