Lab 8 Report - Part 1 1. 2. 3. Sampling Rate = 22050 Part 2...

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Part 1 1. Sampling Rate = 22050 2. 3.
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Part 2 1. 2. 3. 4. (F.) None of the Above (261 Hz is used) 5. (F.) “D” 6. (F.) “D”
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Part 3 1. 2. 391 Hz 3. ‘G’ in the key of C 4. 1172 Hz 5. Yes 6. 7. 440 Hz 8. A 9. 120 Hz 10. No
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11. 12. 390 Hz 13. G 14. 1171 Hz 15. Yes 16. 17. 440 Hz 18. A 19. 880 Hz 20. Yes
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Part 4 1. 2. 3. It would be taller with the same waves per second and not shifted at all. 4. It would be taller with the same waves per second and no shift. 5. It would be the same height and not shifted at all with more waves per second. 6. There would be more waves per second. 7. The same note can have many different frequencies based on the instrument/person producing a different sound but same note. Finishing Up 1. 40 minutes. 2. Around 2 hours. 3. Just a few simple mistakes with graphing. 4. More about frequency’s and amplitude’s roles in producing sound and harmonics. 5. None
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Synth_MB1 = wavread('Synth_Music_Box_Note_1.wav'); AmpSpec(Synth_MB1,22050,'James Christopher Sutherland');
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Lab 8 Report - Part 1 1. 2. 3. Sampling Rate = 22050 Part 2...

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