# Harmonic

Harmonics and Amplitude
Harmonics can be of any amplitude; however, they usually become smaller as they increase in frequency. As with any signal, sharp edges result in highe...
Does the difference in harmonic series between instruments have a significant effect on the consonance of the sound?
Does the difference in harmonic series between instruments have a significant effect on the consonance of the sound? Absolutely - and not only between...
Double harmonic scale
Why is it called double harmonic scale?How do you use a double harmonic major?What is the darkest sounding scale?Is there a harmonic major scale?Why i...
Harmonic sequence
In mathematics, a harmonic progression (or harmonic sequence) is a progression formed by taking the reciprocals of an arithmetic progression. Equivale...
Harmonic interval song examples
Song Examples Of The Harmonic Use of 2nd IntervalsNot of This Earth (Satriani) ... Erotomania (Dream Theater) ... Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix) ... Helte...
How to do a harmonic slide on bass
How do you slide harmonics?How do harmonic bass work?How do you slide harmonics?To slide a harmonic, strike a harmonic on the 7th fret of the G string...
Harmonic glissando notation
How do you notate glissando?How do you notate harmonics?What is a harmonic in orchestra?What is a harmonic Gliss?How do you notate glissando?The gliss...
Harmonic progression in music
HARMONIC PROGRESSION (also known as CHORD PROGRESSION) is the logical movement from one chord to another to create the structural foundation and movem...
What is the harmonic function of a Eb/F in the Dm tonality?
What does EB F mean?What is the harmonic function of the supertonic?What are the three harmonic functions?What is a harmonic function in music?What do...