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revised Why do certain rooms/vessels respond to specific frequencies?
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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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comment In Pythagorean tuning, what's the frequency of the tonic of each key?
Yes sure, but the question is what's the tonic of Bb, A# etc. Please check out my updated question.
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comment In Pythagorean tuning, what's the frequency of the tonic of each key?
I've updated my question.
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comment In Pythagorean tuning, what's the frequency of the tonic of each key?
Sorry I just noticed your answer now, thanks for it. Please check out the update on my question.
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comment In Pythagorean tuning, what's the frequency of the tonic of each key?
@leftaroundabout exactly!
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comment In Pythagorean tuning, what's the frequency of the tonic of each key?
Question updated.
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comment Why do certain rooms/vessels respond to specific frequencies?
I think we have to invent an expandable acoustic box that customizes its size/shape according to the played frequency. It will give a very warm sound I'm sure. Question is if the size must be a room or we can trick it with different means like tubes etc. LOL.
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comment Why do people place amps on top of things?
@Dom, can you please define the term "bleeding sound"?
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