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Q: A 1056 hertz tuning fork is sounded at the same time a piano note is struck. you hear three beats per second. what is the frquency of the piano string?
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A 1056-Hz tuning fork is sounded at the same time a piano note is struck You hear three beats per second What is the frequency of the piano string?

1053- Hz

Is the harp a percussion instrument?

No a harp is a string instrument. A percussion instrument is an instument that produces a sound when struck; such as a drum or a bell.

What are frets on a guitar?

The frets themselves are the thick metal wires embedded in the neck of a guitar on the finger board where you form the chords. When you say the 1st fret, though, it means the space between the nut (or fret 0, between the tuning pegs and the fret board) and the first fret. The guitarist applies pressure at this space which causes the string to be depressed exactly at the fret and, when struck, produce the note exactly 1 step higher than the fret before. Each fret represents a diatonic note, following the standard tempered scale. This means that the guitar is a tempered instrument, producing standardized pitches where the string meets the fret rather than where the guitarist's finger hits the string.

The hollow wooden body of a string instrument acts as a resonator. What part of the instrument vibrates during pitch production?

Nearly every part vibrates, or should vibrate depending on the quality of your instrument. The vibration passes from the string to the bridge to the face and then through to the sides and back of your instrument. Most of the sound you hear comes from the face and back of the instrument. That is why electric instruments such as electric violins and electric guitars are so quiet; their bodies are not designed to absorb the vibrations from the strings. struck, hit, scraped

Two tuning forks are struck at the same time One has a frequency of 20Hz while the second has a frequency of 226Hz How many beats will result?

226 Hz - 20 Hz = 206 Hz. Show formula please!!!

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A 1056-Hz tuning fork is sounded at the same time a piano note is struck You hear three beats per second What is the frequency of the piano string?

1053- Hz

What are the Two ways string instruments are played?

Bowed, plucked, strummed, struck.

What guitar and a bass guitar sound difference is there?

A bass guitar is an octave lower than a guitar, for example the first string on a guitar is an E string that produces an E note when struck, the first string on a four string bass guitar is an E also and when struck also produces an E note, just this note is an octave lower than the guitars

What is the meaning of percussion instruments?

A percussion instrument is a musical instrument that is sounded by being struck or scraped by a beater (including attached or enclosed beaters or rattles); struck, scraped or rubbed by hand; or struck against another similar instrument.

How does a piano function?

When you press a piano key, inside the piano a tiny hammer falls on the string connected to that key. That is what makes the sound of the key (the vibration of the string after it has been struck).

What will happen if you are flying a kite that is struck by lightning?

Check out the experience of Benjamin Franklin who did this and had a key attached to the string.

What instrument is considered both string and percussion?

A piano since it's strings are struck by hammers.

What makes sound happen?

The string is pulled or struck causing a vibration that is sent into the air then goes to your ear

Why is piano in the category of percussion?

The Percussion section is a section where the instruments are hit or struck, in the piano there are hammers which when you hit the key, strick the string to play the note, with the string being struck, this means it goes into the percussion section as there is either beating, hitting, or striking happening to the instrument.

When was the second twin tower hit?

The second twin tower was struck at 9:03 am

What time did the second twin tower get hit?

The second twin tower was struck at 9:03 am

When a guitar string is struck a standing wave is produced that oscillates with a large sustained amplitude pushing back and forth against the surrounding air to generate sound?

The frequencies of the sound and the oscillating string are the same.

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