Stasia.ana

39d

Does cold, autumn/winter air have a distinct sound to you? Or rather how sound carries in cold air?
If so, do you think it’s normal or due to being ND?

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  • Gaz

    39d

    Do you mean from a synesthesia perspective?

    • Stasia.ana

      39d

      no, just that it has a very distinct sound vs that on summer or spring days.

  • MissWilwarin

    39d

    The temperature can definitely affect how things sound.

  • pianolover314

    39d

    There is science behind soundwaves traveling differently depending on the temperature of the air but I have a feeling that it's not something nts notice

    • MissWilwarin

      39d

      I definitely agree. I always find it a little strange when they don’t notice certain things. Although on the other hand, I sometimes won’t notice big things. It took me about 6 months for me to notice two big framed prints on the dining room wall of the place I moved into. Granted, they weren’t exactly bold looking. They very much blended into the background.

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