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In your question you talk about differing sounds of bands like alt-j, so I believe we need to talk about keyboards and synths. A common misconception is that keyboards are the same thing as a synth. Keyboards are often shipped out with permanent patches and that's it, some will have recordings of a sound that are played back when you press the key. A synth ...


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Any sound may be modeled as a combination of sinusoidal waveforms at different frequencies; in many cases, if a sound contains multiple frequencies which are all multiples or near-multiples of a common "fundamental" frequency, the union of those sounds will be perceived as one sound whose frequency is that of the fundamental, and whose "character" is ...


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What you see and hear in the final waveform is the sum of all the instruments, the sum of all the individual sources. All those sounds can be encoded in a single waveform. In the case of your first example (stereo sound) you have two channels (two waveforms, two signals) instead of one. In other words, yes, it is a single sound (or two sounds in the case ...


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The difference is in the number of channels (signals) used. Mono uses one, stereo uses more than one. In monaural sound one single channel is used. It can be reproduced through several speakers, but all speakers are still reproducing the same copy of the signal. In stereophonic sound more channels are used (typically two). You can use two different ...


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Since we have two ears, on opposite sides of our head, we hear a particular sound from two directions.Each takes a slightly different time to arrive, so we have a good idea where the sound is coming from.To record this stereo sound, two mics(at least) are used.Actually, the best theoretical position for these two mics is at 180 degrees away from each other - ...


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A few that sptring to mind ... Enrique Eglasias: Do you know (ping pong ball makes the rhythm) SKP : night such as this (storm in middle) ...



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