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When two notes are played simultaneously, creating a discordant sound, it is called _____. acoustics consonance timbre dissonance
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User: When two notes are played simultaneously, creating a discordant sound, it is called _____. acoustics consonance timbre dissonance
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Asked 9/10/2014 7:55:31 AM
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When two notes are played simultaneously, creating a discordant sound, it is called DISSONANCE.
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