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By itself, a bowed string produces something very close to a sawtooth waveform: the bow "catches" the string, pulls it a distance, then it releases rapidly returning back towards (or past) the equilibrium position, and then is caught again. This is described at the UNSW Music Acoustics site; note that the second figure down the page on the right is the ...



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