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Does the Fundamental Frequency in a Vibrating String NOT Necessarily Have the Strongest Amplitude?
I am doing some experiments on musical strings (guitar, piano, etc.). After performing a Fourier Transform on the sound recorded from those string vibrations, I find that the fundamental frequency is ...
Jul 2 '12 at 13:09
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