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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 15:18:30 -0000
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Phil Allison wrote:
> "Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
>> One of my pet peeves is where those sad misguided soles try and tune
>> by using the string harmonic at the fifth fret with the next higher
>> string harmonic on the 7th fret. They like to think that they are
>> clever with this "advanced" technique, by assuming that these
>> harmonics are the same, but they aren't. The standard flattened
>> fifth tuning makes these harmonics slightly off by design. I
>> certainly notice the difference once the punter strums his chord,
>> but they are usually blissfully unaware.
> ** Big Kev can obviously hear tiny pitch errors that go unnoticed
> by mere mortals.
> Must be torture to have super hearing like that.
> Nothing EVER sounds in tune porperly - yuck !!
Get real. Its well known how sensitive the ear is to frequency shifts.
If you can here the beat, you heard the difference. So, anything over
about 1Hz is going to be audible.
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