Assessment: Balancing Sounds Q1 of 5: Source bonding means: Fusing or gluing sounds together. The extent to which the perception of a sound relates to its actual source and cause. Making two sounds objects sound good together. Transforming sounds so that they can be used well in layers.The correct answer is The extent to which the perception of a sound relates to its actual source and cause.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: In this project, you can switch layers of sound around so that you can: Make the sonic equivalent of switching black with white. Alter your focus of listening. Replace one layer with something entirely different. Change the volume of a piece.The correct answer is Alter your focus of listening.Q5 of 5: You might change arenas in a soundscape piece because: You want the perspective of the layers of sound to change. The part of the music is getting boring. You want to change the musical style. You move from one movement to another in your a piece.The correct answer is You move from one movement to another in your a piece.Complete!