Musical acoustics

Musical acoustics is the branch of acoustics that deals with that part of physical acoustics that deals with the study of musical sounds, which are generally complex sounds, more or less rich in harmonics; the concepts of musical scales and the various intervals; the problems of physical acoustics related to the vibrations of strings and plates, the propagation of sound in pipes and the emission of sound from pipes, in relation to the operation of the corresponding musical instruments, from the violin to the organ; the construction technique of traditional musical instruments, electric and electronic, in relation to the characteristics of the emitted sounds, as well as the construction problems related to the instruments of experimental music.

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