Harmonics

  • (noun): The study of musical sound.

Some articles on harmonic, harmonics:

Trembita
... The trembita has no lateral openings and therefore gives the pure natural harmonic series of the open pipe ... The harmonics are the more readily obtained by reason of the small diameter of the bore in relation to the length ... The notes of the natural harmonic series overlap, but do not exactly correspond, to notes found in the familiar chromatic scale in standard Western equal temperament ...
Solid Harmonics
... In physics and mathematics, the solid harmonics are solutions of the Laplace equation in spherical polar coordinates ... There are two kinds the regular solid harmonics, which vanish at the origin and the irregular solid harmonics, which are singular at the origin ... role in potential theory, and are obtained by rescaling spherical harmonics appropriately ...
Spin-weighted Spherical Harmonics - Spin-weighted Harmonics
... Just as conventional spherical harmonics are the eigenfunctions of the Laplace-Beltrami operator on the sphere, the spin-weight s harmonics are the ...
Stanford Harmonics
... The Stanford Harmonics are a co-ed a cappella group from Stanford University in the United States ... rock repertoire and award-winning recordings, the Harmonics have garnered international recognition for their performances and have been featured on BOCA, Sing, and Voices Only a cappella ... The Harmonics are one of the few collegiate a cappella groups to own their own wireless microphone assortment and soundboard, and to have developed a live performance that includes the use of ...
Scale Of Harmonics - Related
... A Vietnamese monochord, called the Đàn bầu, also functions with the scale of harmonics ... The scale of harmonics was, together with the book of Helmholtz an inspiration for Harry Partch to switch to just intonation and alternate tuning systems to create more ... of 1/5, the position of the fifth harmonic (and confusingly enough the fourth overtone!) ...