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Old 03-22-2010, 11:52 AM
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TENATIOUS,
Great find! I'm writing this down, thanks. Need to study it a bit.

I don't understand "lowest to highest fundamental." What's "fundamental"?

Thanks.
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:03 PM
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TENATIOUS,
Great find! I'm writing this down, thanks. Need to study it a bit.

I don't understand "lowest to highest fundamental." What's "fundamental"?

Thanks.
OK - hope you're either a science teacher, or know one...

The Snare Drum

Basically, this talks a load of formulae and stuff, but it means the frequency at which the vibrations / movement of air within the drum produce the sound. In effect, some drums allow you to tune the drum to produce a lower tone than others. I'd guess the differences are fairly small, but given all other inputs being equal, brass snares allow a slightly lower tone than a steel snare.

I think.

Feel free to work out the formula and prove me wrong!
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Well, I taught all elementary school subjects, including science. I'll take a look at the formula, and we'll see if my math holds up. You know, this is the first time I've gotten into equations with drums. AWESOME! Drumming science.

Thanks, again. I'll get back.
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