This is how loud the sound is.
The intensity or loudness of sound. SPL VU (volume unit) A unit for expressing the audio frequency power level of a complex electronic waveform such as that corresponding to speech or music. Zero (0) VU is referenced to 1 milliwatt of power.
Literally, the amount of something. In audio, usually reffering to the voltage level of an audio signal or the SPL of sound.
Electrical or sound level in an audio system. Perhaps the only thing that some bands have too much of.
Loudness of sound; a subjective sensation dependent on the amplitude of a sound wave or electrical signal, but not linearly related to it.
1) A popular term which loosely refers to the sound pressure level produced by a sound system at any given time. 2) The output gain setting of an amplifier.
the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction); "the kids played their music at full volume"
A general term for a signal's loudness.
Subjective term for loudness; more accurately the signal level setting of an amplifier. : Symbol for watt or wattage
The overall amount of loudness. See Gain.
How loud or quiet the speech and Feedback sounds are. You can adjust the Volume in the Sound Options tab of the Settings Panel.
in the spoken language means loudness or softness in pitch.
The relative loudness of a sound or a component within a sound. Wave - A regular, back-and-forth vibration. Sound and light are both forms of energy which are transmitted in waves.
1) A common, non-technical term meaning Sound Pressure Level, and loosely applied to also mean audio voltage level. 2) Short for the term Volume Control (a gain control of an amplifier).
A general term referring to a storage device; a source of or a destination for information. Often used in reference to hard disks, CD-ROMs, DVD's and file servers. A volume can be an entire disk or only part of a disk. When referring to sound, volume refers to the quantity or power of sound (the degree of loudness) with respect to the audible playback level of an audio track.
The degree of loudness or the intensity of a sound.
How loud the crowd on the exchange gets while buying a stock.
In technical terms, "amount of sound," although usually used interchangeably with loudness.
n. 1. A disk or tape that stores computer data. Sometimes, large hard disks are divided into several volumes, each of which is treated as a separate disk. 2. The loudness of an audio signal.