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Resonance in Strings

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Asha Muse

on 4 June 2014

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Transcript of Resonance in Strings

How this happens in the Dulcimer and other instruments?
Thank you!
What does Resonance mean?
How are the strings resonated?
The string has some vibration from its natural frequency, and if you pluck it, it adds and amplifies the same amount, and more, to resonate the sound.
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When a force is applied to the dulcimer, like plucking the strings, the sound amplifies and resonates, as we covered earlier. Each instrument has a different set of natural frequencies, which is why instruments from different families produce different sounds.
The resonance that happens with bowed instruments depends on several systems within the instrument, and the natural frequency.
By Asha Muse and Delaney Rios
Resonance in Strings
When an object is disturbed with the frequency that is the same as its natural frequency, it creates a resonating sound.
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