Pitch is defined as the characteristic of sound which is used for differentiating between the shrill and flat sound
This vibration is a pure tone with a frequency of 3000 Hz, which is higher than the human voice's highest frequency.
The frequency of a sound determines its pitch, whereas the amplitude of sound waves determines its loudness.
Pitch is dependent on the change in the frequency. As the frequency increases, the shrillness of the sound increases
Short frequency sounds characterize as high-pitched sounds, implying that the peak is close together. Because the wavelengths of low–pitched sounds are longer, the peaks are more spaced out.
High-pitched noises are those that have a higher pitch than the rest of the sounds in the surroundings. some examples of a high-pitched sound are a whistle, the voice of an older man, a scratching sound
When compared to other ambient noises, low-pitched sounds have a lower pitch. some examples of low-pitched sounds are animal noises, and playing the guitar.