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Inside Acoustic Guitar: the iPhone video

Dennie

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Very Cool Botch!

And a fairly accurate example of how sound waves get smaller as the notes get higher! :handgestures-thumbup:


Dennie
 

Rope

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Dennie said:
Very Cool Botch!

And a fairly accurate example of how sound waves get smaller as the notes get higher! :handgestures-thumbup:


Dennie

And travel faster, hence, phase and time coherance/alignment.

Rope
 

Towen7

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I didn't expect to see the wave traveling along the string. Very, very cool.
 

Botch

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Towen7 said:
I didn't expect to see the wave traveling along the string. Very, very cool.
A string doesn't actually behave like that, it had something to do with the iPhone's scanning (kinda like watching helicopter blades on TV).
 

Yesfan70

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Botch said:
Towen7 said:
I didn't expect to see the wave traveling along the string. Very, very cool.
A string doesn't actually behave like that, it had something to do with the iPhone's scanning (kinda like watching helicopter blades on TV).


yeah, the iPhone's video performance is pretty good. Wished they has paid as much attention to the sound characteristics. The iPhone's mic performance is pitiful.
 
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