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Acoustics for Musicians: Sounds & Spectra

Acoustics for Musicians: Sounds & Spectra

The sound of a musical instrument can be represented either in time domain (envelope, waveform) or in frequency domain (spectrum, harmonics). The variation of the spectrum is analysed as a function of the sound length, the envelope and the oscillations in amplitude and frequency (vibrato). Different types of signals are considered, both electronic and from real instruments.... Show More


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