Assessment: Keynote Sounds Q1 of 5: A Keynote Sound might be all of the following, EXCEPT: Loud pop music. A church tower. A seagull. Crickets.The correct answer is Loud pop music.Q2 of 5: Sounds can sound different in all of the following, EXCEPT: A lesson about speech broadcast on the radio. The sound radios make when there is nothing being broadcast. The quality of sound the radio makes. A sound-based creative work made specifically for radio broadcast and often involving abstract sounds.The correct answer is A sound-based creative work made specifically for radio broadcast and often involving abstract sounds.Q3 of 5: Sounds constructed in layers can help us with: Creating harmonies in a soundscape. Creating foreground, mid-ground and background in a soundscape. Creating people taking separate journeys in sound. Creating chapters in a sonic story.The correct answer is Creating chapters in a sonic story.Q4 of 5: Dinosaur sounds for museums can best be made using: Old recordings of dinosaurs. Recordings of today’s reptiles and amphibians. Notes from biologists. Your imagination of what they might have sounded like.The correct answer is Your imagination of what they might have sounded like.Q5 of 5: Keynote sounds at school include all of the following, EXCEPT: The sound of computer games. The school bell. Your teacher’s voice. A football.The correct answer is The sound of computer games.Complete!