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Subject: Re: [music-dsp] Wavetable File Formats?

From: "gm" <g...@voxangelica.net>

Date: Wed, March 14, 2018 6:46 am

To: music-dsp@music.columbia.edu

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> Another disadvantage was that you get a noticable chirp transient when

> the phases

> realign after one complete cycle of the wavetable.

> You don't have this in a piano since the phases never realign again

> after the initial strike

> so you have the transient only at the onset of the note.
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i think i know what you mean.� but then, i guess the moral of the story is that 
a piano note is not sufficiently periodic to qualify as "quasi-periodic".� 
which means that wavetable synthesis is just
not good enough for it.


but the partials *are* quite harmonic.� and the higher overtones deviate from 
their harmonic values by a small and gradually increasing amount.� and the 
lower harmonics (where the great majority of the energy is) are still quite 
harmonic.� it *should* be decently harmonic after the
attack transient.
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