Music and IQ
dave at musical.demon.co.uk
Sat Sep 30 07:41:24 EST 2000
Dominique Larré <Dominique.Larre at wanadoo.fr> wrote in message
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> Not with a bell or gong.
Bells and gongs are different because they're cylindrical in their symmetry.
If you solve the equation for an oscillating string fixed at its ends you
get familiar sine waves.
If you solve the same equation for a circular membrane held at its rim, then
you get bessel functions instead of sine waves.
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