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For this we needed 4 years, WE DID IT. we create sample with 440 frq. f(x) = 16/15 cos(1/2x) - 1/15 cos(2x) Enjoy listening


If you are worried about making too much noise while playing trumpet I suggest you buy a mute which will almost silence the sound. If still want to hear what you are playing, I suggest you go talk to your neighbors to arrange times you can practice so they will not get upset.


It depends entirely on where you live. Different countries and different residents' associations have different rules. For instance in the apartment project where I live the only restriction is that I must not make noise between 11pm and 7am. There are strict decibel limits and we can download an app which will measure noise coming from a neighbour's ...


Does it happen at any volume? try low gain, high master and other combinations. Also try with all effects and modeling off. If it happens at any volume it sounds like the input signal is inadvertently causing the amp to clip and go into some type of protection mode. Check any connections you can like cables, input jack and the fuse. If it still happens you ...


The amount of stress applied onto the string will have a large influence on whether the sound produced is smooth or not, and the G string is especially tricky for beginners to control in my opinion. You can practice playing the G string at different tempo and strength, and find out the suitable stress for you. Also remember that you would need less stress at ...


As well as the mathematics, the pitch of a note on a practical instrument is affected by several factors. The recorder is close to your "theoretical instrument" and is one I am very familiar with, so I will use it as an example. Recorders have a 2 octave and a tone range. The bottom octave is the fundamental notes and the upper octave notes are "overblown" ...


There are 3 components to making a nice sound on the violin. Contact point Bow speed Bow pressure The contact point is whereabouts on the string the bow makes contact. It should be somewhere between the bridge (the light coloured thing that holds the strings up) and the fingerboard (the long dark thing that provides counter pressure when you hold a string ...


There are some pages that go into this in some detail. Clarinets are here: That page has links to others.


Having thought about this some more, I've decided to rewrite my answer... Your doubts about the acoustic properties of the harp are understandable. When heard in an orchestral setting, the harp is relatively quiet, requiring careful orchestration if one wants it be heard within a multi-instrument texture. However, a concert pedal-harp is in fact capable of ...

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