Doppler Effect

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A phenomenon whereby the perception of a moving sound varies based on its position with respect to the listener. As it approaches a listener it is perceived at a higher frequency and as it moves away, a lower one. This may be attributed to the perceived sense of shorter wavelengths given a close proximity and longer ones further away. (based on Dictionnaire des arts médiatiques:



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