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Unformatted text preview: How do you raise the pitch of a string instrument by exactly one octave? A) Put your finger down exactly halfway along the string B) Increase the tension by a factor of 2 C) Both of these will work. Speed of wave on a stretched string: Clicker question mass tension const v m T m T Avoiding bridge resonance Q. In you are marching a platoon across a bridge, what command should be given? A. Route Step, March.--Military Professional Development online study guides: Drill and Ceremonies, military-net.com Route step means to march freely (as opposed to regular, or quick time march). Note: some students say that avoiding bridge resonance is not the point of route step! Harmonica Example of a free reed instrument Others: accordion, concertina, harmonium, reed pipes in organs Stiff metal reed vibrates as air flows past it Flow-induced motion related to motion of a flapping flag Phys 1240: Sound and Music Reminder: lecture attendance is not required. If you do attend, please create a good learning environment!...
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