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- What is the underlying reason why harmonics sound good?
- How are harmonics related to fundamental frequency?
- How are harmonics generated in a transformer?
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- One of the strings of a guitar has a fundamental frequency of 440 Hz and another has a fundamental frequency of 660 Hz. Which of the following set of frequencies could be produced on both of these strings?
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- What is meant by 'harmonics' in a musical note, and how are harmonics explained in physics? How is this relevant to how the same note played on different musical instruments sound different?
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- Is it possible to have a non-whole number harmonic in sound?
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- To have 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. overtones in a closed or open-air column, do you need to have a longer tube length (than the one that produced the fundamental)?
- Two identical tuning forks are placed side by side. Why does the vibration of the first tuning fork cause the vibration of the second?
- Why do larger instruments create lower frequencies than smaller instruments?