harmonic content

harmonic content

[här′män·ik ′kän·tent]
(physics)
The components remaining after the fundamental frequency has been removed from a complex wave.
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However, unlike linear S-parameters, nonlinear large-signal S-parameters depend upon the signal magnitude and must account for the harmonic content of the input and output signals since energy can be transferred to other frequencies in a nonlinear device.
What we propose is a measure to quantify cross recurrences between two songs, that is, to be able to analyse repetitions of different musical patterns that have previously been identified from the tonal or harmonic content of the audio recording," Joan SerrEa, co-author of the technique and researcher of the Musical Technology Group (MTG) of UPF in Barcelona.
The melodic and harmonic content is not especially memorable or individual; however, and there are a few things that puzzled me: why diagram the explanation of triplets in eighth notes when the piece presents them in quarter notes?
I see mood and visual as even more important than the chord changes or the harmonic content.
When such processes occur, it is standard to consider modeling the input signal by its truncated Fourier Series that contains the harmonic components that are of interest and ignoring the input harmonic content that would be severely attenuated at the output.
I analyzed her sound samples by computer for harmonic content and then using state-of-the art phonetic analysis to obtain a 2-D map of the female soprano vowels.
In a conventional frequency converter, with a six-pulse diode bridge as a rectifier, the network side current is not sinusoidal and has significant harmonic content, especially fifth and seventh harmonics.
There are often effective endings with beautiful and creative harmonic content.
But neither the melodic nor the harmonic content of this music is quite as important as the rhythmic.
For Harmonic Content In The Input Current, 28W Ballast Shall Meet The Limits Of Current Distortion As Per Table 1 Of Is 13021 Pt-2 / 1991 Reaffirmed 2005 With Amendment No.
Using LightWave optical pickups allows the strings to vibrate naturally while producing clear, articulate, studio-quality sound with a sought-after blend of rich tone, extended harmonic content, powerful sound, and long, natural sustain.