Timbre: why different instruments playing the same tone sound different
fUSe FM - Maghera 2009 - Loughinsholin - Constant Melody
A constant timbre at a constant pitch is characterized by a spectrum.
Along a piece of music, the spectrum measured within a narrow time window varies with the melody and the possible effects of instruments.
Therefore, it may seem paradoxical that a constant spectrum can be perceived as a melody rather than a stamp.
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