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Imagine for a moment that treble sounds could travel at 400 m/s, but bass sounds at only 200 m/s. If sound behaved that way, and you were listening to the CU band in Folsom stadium from a distance of 110 m, how much delay would you hear between the trumpet and tuba notes when they begin a chord together?

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