[sdiy] Stretched harmonic synthesis

Roman Sowa modular at go2.pl
Tue Feb 22 10:11:21 CET 2022

The only one who should be chilling is you.
Ian has always been very respected member of this community contributing 
a lot, meanwhile all we hear from you are demands to do all the work for 
you, and I can't recall the slightest glympse of anything you've 
designed, shared here.


W dniu 2022-02-22 o 00:40, cheater cheater via Synth-diy pisze:
> It's not a separated solution :) When's the last time you've held a
> full normal conversation Ian? Chill the heck out and explain what's
> going on. You're back to your trolling days right now.
> On Mon, Feb 21, 2022 at 10:21 PM Ian Fritz <ijfritz at comcast.net> wrote:
>> HUH???
>> You asked for the separated solution and there it is.
>> LOL!!!
>> This is freshman material. The solution is the same as for the linear
>> string case, except the details are a bit more involved.
>> Ian
>> On 2/21/2022 10:52 AM, cheater cheater wrote:
>>> I'm not sure how to understand this equation. Can you elaborate what's
>>> going on here? What is Y? Why is there no time variable in the
>>> equation?
>>> On Mon, Feb 21, 2022 at 5:48 PM Ian Fritz <ijfritz at comcast.net> wrote:
>>>> No! In the Stiff String section: Eq 5.1.26.
>>>> On 2/21/2022 8:48 AM, cheater cheater wrote:
>>>>> Thanks Ian. If you're talking about equation 5.1.5, then that is a
>>>>> reduced version of the dispersive wave equation again, without the
>>>>> curvature term. Smith discusses it at the link. He talks about two
>>>>> extreme cases - one where the vibrating medium is purely elastic (so
>>>>> there's no tension term) and purely inelastic (so there's no curvature
>>>>> term), and then talks about what happens inbetween. In any case it's
>>>>> still a PDE that is not separable.

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