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Audio - Instruments  related subject: Physics: sound animations, Physics: sound
Accoustics for violin and guitar makers Sound and hearing, Resonance and Resonators, Sound and the Room, Properties of the Violin and the Guitar String, Vibration Properties of the Wood and Tuning of Violin Plates, The Function, Tone, and Tonal Quality of the Guitar, The Function of the Violin, The Tone and Tonal Quality of the Violin
ATLAS of Plucked Instruments an encyclopedia of all the world's plucked instruments of lute, guitar, banjo and mandolin type
Music acoustics acoustics, flute, violin, guitar, wind instruments, decibel, physics, science, music, acoustic impedance
MUSIC TRAINERS
 
Audio - Instruments  related subjects: Audio Tools, Physics: sound animations, Physics: sound
Bows and strings
Changing Strings on Acoustic Guitar pdf file
Clarinet-multiphonics
Comment fonctionne un haut-parleur? en Franšais
Condenser microphone this interactive tutorial shows a cross section of the diaphragm, and how sound waves cause the diaphragm to vibrate at the same frequency as the sound waves
Flute materials
Guitar Swinger
Guitar Strings and Longitudinal Waves A guitar string has a number of frequencies at which it will naturally vibrate. These natural frequencies are known as the harmonics of the guitar string
Guitar This paper presents a signal processing technique for extracting the plucking point on a guitar string from an acoustically recorded signal, pdf file
Guitar Modal Analysis of an Acoustic Folk Guitar
Guitar Common Scales swf file
Guitar: Fourier
Guitar: Longitudinal Waves and Guitar Strings As a guitar string vibrates, it sets surrounding air molecules into vibrational motion. The frequency at which these air molecules vibrate is equal to the frequency of vibration of the guitar string
Guitar: See a transverse wave travel along a guitar string shows what happens when a string is set into its free motion by an impulse - by being plucked, Waves on a String
Guitar: Vibrational modes of an acoustic guitar
Guitar: Vibrational modes of an electric guitar study the vibration of an electric guitar in order to determine its natural frequencies and mode shapes
How Acoustic Guitars Work How does a guitar work?
How Acoustic Guitars Work How does a guitar work? pdf file
How a speaker works most loud speakers consist of a circular permanent magnet surrounding a freely moving coil. The coil is attached to a cone shaped diaphragm that is moved back and forth to produce accoustical waves (sound)
How do Guitar Pickups Work How do Guitar Pickups Work
How do violins change with age and playing
How to Make a Guitar Sing The goal of this project is to determine which musical intervals are most effective at producing sympathetic vibrations on open guitar strings when another string is picked (plucked), Guitar Fundamentals: Wavelength, Frequency, & Speed
Interactive exploration of the science of guitar music in Flash format
Musical Instruments
Nonlinear behavior of piano hammers the nonlinear behavior of piano hammers, and the effects of this nonlinearity on the hammer-string interaction
Open vs Closed pipes (Flutes vs Clarinets) This page compares the acoustics of open and closed cylindrical pipes, as exemplified by flutes and clarinets, respectively
Palm pipes pdf file
Piano: Acoustics of the piano Piano design factors - their influence on tone and acoustical performance , From touch to string vibrations, The hammer and the string, The coupled motion of piano strings, The strings and the soundboard
Piano: How a Piano Works How a Piano Works
Guitar Play Guitar, swf file
Guitar Play Guitar, swf file
Piano play the piano and study the corresponding notes and frequencies
Piano play the piano and study the corresponding notes and frequencies
Play a Piano / Synthesizer / Oscilloscope As you play the piano, you'll see the wave forms as well as hear them. The piano can also play a song for you, while you watch
Sound field radiated by a tuning fork
Schwebungen- oder im Reich der Klavierstimmer in German
Sound files piano Sound files
Standing Waves This document is a non-mathematical introduction to waves, harmonics, and standing waves
Standing Waves, Medium Fixed At Both Ends Here is an animation showing the standing wave patterns that are produced on a medium such as a string on a musical instrument. This type of medium would be said to be fixed at both ends, that is, held motionless at both ends
Strings, standing waves and harmonics
The Physics of the Acoustic Guitar
The String Plucker This time animation is constructed from the exact Fourier series for an ideal plucked string, vibrating in a plane, with uniform tension and initial triangular profile as set by the user
Tuning Forks and Longitudinal Waves
Violin acoustics also: flute acoustics, guitar acoustics, speech acoustics, clarinet acoustics
Waves on a wire - Guitar strings Waves travelling down a wire or a rope are transverse waves, and their wavespeed increases the greater the tension in the wire and reduces as the mass of the string or wire increases, pdf file
Why is the violin so hard to play? how does a violin string vibrate?
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