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Swain



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 7:24 pm    Post subject: Interesting Effect Reply with quote

http://www.mmk.e-technik.tu-muenchen.de/persons/ter/top/acbass.html



I remember reading about some Loudspeakers that had no "Speakers" or "Speaker Boxes". Basically, a tiny Driver, on a stand. Very much a single point of "Radiating Sound". And these speakers were supposed to produce a LOT of Bass, even in such a tiny form.
The maker spoke of Pipe Organs, and impressions in the sand below the pipes. How a third tone was "Created", when two other tones were played symultaneously.

I have been waiting to see these hit the market, for some time.

Anyway, I have read some of Clifford's Posts on "Reciprocals" and his finding of the 3 Major Pentatonics. And how the 2 Reciprocal Pentatonics seemed to push and pull the Tonalities (My wording, here). And how there seemed to be a 3rd. "Tonality" happening.


So, that all kind of seems related, to me. And above, I linked to a small explanation of what I think is the Theory behind the "3rd. Tone".

Just something I'm looking at. Connections? I don't know, yet. But, I'm looking............

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Still haven't found the info on the Speakers. But, I feel the connection is probably there. Look at how playing the Ab Major Pent and the E Major Pent, seem to Encircle, and highlight the Tonality of C.

Any thoughts on this from anyone else? Question
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