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 Re: Intonation difficulty in the simplest case
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2018-10-01 18:07

The psychoacoustician replied:
Quote:

“Even within one instrument, the pitch conveyed by the higher harmonics (if they were heard alone) might differ from the pitch conveyed by the lower harmonics (if heard alone), and this combination might make the overall pitch somewhat indistinct and ambiguous.”
This might have been Tony’s problem. Someone else was playing with ambiguous pitch. Tony could not fix the problem . It was someone else who needed to adjust.
This makes me feel good about all my tuning problems in ensembles. As I have always suspected , it was the other guy causing the tuning issues with his ambiguous tone. Not me.😇

Freelance woodwind performer

Post Edited (2018-10-01 18:54)

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