Archive for October, 2017

  • Oct272017

    Vowels in the human voice

    Most composers of vocal music take great care to use music to emphasize the meaning of the libretto (or text…

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  • Oct272017

    Harmonic intervals: a quest over centuries in the example of the third

    Why do we perceive some intervals as consonant with a pleasant sound and other intervals not? A music instrument does…

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  • Oct192017

    Hermann von Helmholtz: Singing in tune is naturally easy and most beatiful while pianos are always wrong.

    When working with sound design, you’ll soon learn about a Helmholtz resonator (or absorber). This resonating effect was discovered by…

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  • Oct192017

    Helmholtz in cars

    Does you car or motorbike sound dull or loud? Use a Helmholtz resonator in the exhaust. As simple as adding a…

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  • Oct162017

    Tuning app with a twist

    There are a lot of tuning apps available but none of them serves the purpose of singers or those who…

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