Assessment: Balancing Sounds Q1 of 5: Masking, as proposed in this project, means: Sounds being so prominent they cover up other sounds. Altering sounds so that you can’t identify them anymore. Combining sounds together so that they make a new combined sound. Adding noise so that other sounds are less clear.The correct answer is Sounds being so prominent they cover up other sounds.Q2 of 5: When we hear music from a distance, the first thing we hear is the bass. Why is this? The bass part is the most memorable. The bass part establishes the rhythm. Low frequencies travel further. Low frequencies are more physical.The correct answer is Low frequencies travel further.Q3 of 5: The sound of a train arriving involves all of the following, EXCEPT: More reverberant sound. More high frequencies. More loudness. More direct, 'dry' sound.The correct answer is More reverberant sound.Q4 of 5: Local is to field as: A city is to a rural area. Something familiar to the listener is to something less familiar. Foreground detail is to general ambiance. Short sounds are to long sounds.The correct answer is Foreground detail is to general ambiance.Q5 of 5: The lower the source bonding, The more contextual listening comes to the forefront. The better sounds can be used as sound marks. The more abstract they become. The better sounds can be used for masking other sounds.The correct answer is The more abstract they become.Complete!