Developing a hybrid wind instrument : using a loudspeaker to couple a theoretical exciter to a real resonator

  title={Developing a hybrid wind instrument : using a loudspeaker to couple a theoretical exciter to a real resonator},
  author={K. Buys and David B. Sharp and Walton Hall},
331 A hybrid wind instrument generates self-sustained sounds via a real-time interaction between a computed physical model of an exciter (such as human lips interacting with a mouthpiece) and a real acoustic resonator. Successful implementation of a hybrid wind instrument will not only open up new musical possibilities but will also provide a valuable research tool. However, attempts to produce a hybrid instrument have so far fallen short, in terms of both the accuracy and the variation in the… CONTINUE READING
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