See the title. This would be analogous to "ultraviolet" and "infrared" for color.
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Sonic describes sounds. So you would use Ultra or Infra combined with Sonic.
of or involving sound waves with a frequency above the upper limit of human hearing.
relating to or denoting sound waves with a frequency below the lower limit of human audibility.
Both definitions come from the Oxford Dictionary of English.
You probably mean ultrasound:
- (General Physics) ultrasonic waves at frequencies above the audible range (above about 20 kHz), used in cleaning metallic parts, echo sounding, medical diagnosis and therapy, etc.