The tools of spectral analysis are applied via graphics to musical sounds, especially those coming from a piano, in an attempt to determine the different frequencies that make up the sound waves and therefore to gain insight. The emphasis is on pictures and verbiage rather than mathematics. It is hoped that music professionals, performers, teachers, and retailers will think about the everyday sounds in their professional life in a different way after reading thisbook. On the other hand, engineers and scientists will perhaps be intrigued with the way the technical tools of their profession can be used to study musical phenomena that they usually enjoy after thework day is over. Therefore this book is directed toward two groups of readers that have little in common other than a love of music.The use of this pickup device was proposed by Ralph J. Onesti in Piano Techniciana#39;s Journal (June 2013). ... Investigation into Hammer Knock and Key Striking 281 16.2 A Manual Keystroke with a Korg Contact Microphone as a Sensor.
|Title||:||Spectral Analysis of Musical Sounds with Emphasis on the Piano|
|Author||:||David M. Koenig, Delwin D. Fandrich|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2015-01-13|