On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 9:53 AM, drew Roberts wrote:
>> The question is what happens at the other end when a note gets struck a
most acoustic instruments works like (b) because their sound producing
mechanisms use a particular set of material (possibly the entire
instrument) to generate a particular note. if you just hit/stroke/blow
it again, it starts a new sound using the same note.
i can't think of any acoustic instruments that can do (c) because it
would imply some means of generating more than 1 "copy" of the same
(a) would imply an instrument that can just ignored a performance
gesture some fo the time, and again, its hard to think of any acoustic
instrument that could do that.
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