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Does sound lose quality if sped up and then slowed down back to normal speed?

It depends what method is used. If it's simply played back 'faster' without actually changing the data, then of course there is no lasting damage. This would be how a simple sampler would ordinarily ...
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Is there equipment capable of recording the entire audio spectrum (audible through ultrasonic)?

It's totally feasible. But... Microphones generally have a bias towards the audible range (20Hz-20kHz) simply because that's what we generally want them for, but the mechanism is capable of recording ...
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What's the science behind acoustic dispersion?

When there's shear waves (like in an ice layer or a steel rail, the high frequencies travel faster than the low frequencies due to higher shear wave speed. A sound impact source results in a downward ...
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