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|Instrument Acoustics- The Problem||Instrument Acoustics - Research||Instrument Acoustics - Solutions||Instrument Acoustics - Practical Designs||Instrument Acoustics - How it Worked||Instrument Acoustics - Evaluation|
Building an Instrument (Part 1)
For this assignment we were tasked to create a musical instrument, which could produce a serious of pitches belonging to a known scale. We were left to choose for ourselves what form this instrument would take: whether it would be plucked, struck, blown or bowed, what it would be made from and how.
Of course the production of precise pitches necessitates knowledge of the workings of sound wave frequencies and so we had to investigate the different factors, which would affect the pitches in our chosen medium.
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