Sound (disambiguation)

Sound may mean:

*Sound, Audible sense perceived by the brain,
**in the form of music, speech sound, or general noise
*Sound (nautical), verb meaning to take depth readings of fluids in a tank or around a ship
*Sound (geography), a large ocean inlet, or a narrow ocean channel between two bodies of land
**Öresund, a specific strait nicknamed The Sound
*In medicine, sounds are instruments for probing and dilating passages within the body, the best-known of example of which are urethral sounds
*Sounds (magazine), a British music weekly newspaper
*Soundness, a logical term meaning that an argument is valid and its premises are true
*Sound Strategy, a strategy is sound for an agent if, and only if, it never dictates an illegal move for the agent
*Soundtrack, the recorded sound accompanying a visual medium such as a motion picture, television show, or video game
*Soundwave, one of the Decepticons in "The Transformers" universe

In music:
*A music subgenere or "scene", such as the Nashville sound
*The Sound, an English post-punk band
*The Sounds, a Swedish rock band
*"Sound", a song by James from their 1992 album "Seven"
*Sound (album), an album by British band Dreadzone

In Television:
*Sound (BBC TV show), a BBC program featuring current popular music of different genres.
*Sounds, an Australian music TV series of the 1970s - 1980s

As a place name:
*Sound, Cheshire
*Sound (Shetland)

In sports:
*Nashville Sounds, a minor league baseball team of the Pacific Coast League
*Memphis Sounds, a former basketball team of the American Basketball Association

ee also

* Audio (disambiguation)

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