So, I'm writing a music A-Level dissertation, but because of my love for physics, I've based it on the physics of sound. I didn't think this should go into the homework section because it's not so much homework that I need help with. Whilst working through some fundamentals on my board, I puzzled myself as to why bass has a higher tendency to move objects. For example, if I put a coin on the desk that my speaker is on and keep the speakers at volume x, why will bass cause the coin to vibrate/move and treble not? Thanks for any help.