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Apr
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comment What technical difficulties will I encounter transitioning from violin to 5-string viola?
I disagree with your comments about the E string. Perhaps you got the wrong viola.
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comment Why do certain rooms/vessels respond to specific frequencies?
@JCPedroza, thanks for your great answer. Any reference on my third phrase: "Is there a way to reproduce... I'm wondering if we can..."?
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Feb
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comment Violin Pickup that will sound like natural violin?
@endolith, Yes, my question was about the signal after having it passed via an active DI box / preamp.
Jan
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comment What frequencies should the violin and viola be tuned to?
Yeah, that's what I was looking for. Please see the update in my question.
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comment Why do certain rooms/vessels respond to specific frequencies?
No. In wind instruments, the size change of the vessel affects the frequency thus the pitch. I'm talking about an instrument that should sympathetically vibrate according to the current frequency. Try going to a small bathroom and hum a chromatic range from the lowest tone you can. If that tone is in your vocal diapason, you'll suddenly find one pitch (sometimes has to be refined microtonally) that makes the whole room fully resonate.
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