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Gordon Monahan: Seeing Sound Part 2

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Music and Culture
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VPMA99H3
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Andy Lee

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Gordon Monahan: Seeing Sound Lecture Part 2
A Piano Listening to Itself
-vibration of piano wire in the outside environment creates pitch
-pitch is produced when the frequency of the wind blowing matches the frequency of the piano
wire
-pitch of the wire can also be produced in water, not just in air
-a pool is built to display the work
-vortex is created by pumping water through cylinder
-water flow creates vibration in the wire, producing aquaeolian tone overhead
-wire rises 100 feet to a sound board near the ceiling
-tones are amplified by pick-up attached to the soundboard in the ceiling
When It Rains
-interested in sequence of water drop
-amplify water drop using long cable wire that can balance contact pickup without interference
of other noise
-water drops on different surface create clashing effect
-performed in a fountain that pumps water every 5 minutes and gradually slows down to show
differences in water drop sound
-explore sound of machinery and furniture music
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Gordon Monahan: Seeing Sound Lecture Part 2 A Piano Listening to Itself -vibration of piano wire in the outside environment creates pitch -pitch is produced when the frequency of the wind blowing matches the frequency of the piano wire -pitch of the wire can also be produced in water, not just in air -a pool is built to display the work -vortex is created by pumping water through cylinder -water flow creates vibration in the wire, producing aquaeolian tone overhead -wire rises 100 feet to a sound board near the ceiling -tones are am
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