aborigines

Didgeridoo Acoustic Guitar. Australia – by Aramis

A tribal gathering… download at www.AramisAudio.com Didgeridoo & Guitar Aborigine fire dance to didgeridoo. Bundjalung is the name of the tribe & the area where I live. This track has been named after the Bundjalung people. ©2009 Aramis

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Friday, December 10th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 36 Comments

Are these the right answers to this Physics problem?

Aborigines (the native population of Australia) have played an instrument called the Didgeridoo for thousands of years. It’s possibly the world’s oldest instrument and produces a low pitch resonant sound.The Didgeridoo is a tube that is closed at one end. The Didgeridoo is normally about 1.3 m long. Calculate the frequencies of the first 3 possible harmonics.
Are these the right answers?
F1=343*1/1.3=263.8
F2=343*2/1.3=527.7
F3=343*3/1.3=791.5

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Friday, June 18th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 1 Comment

how do I do this problem (physics)?

Aborigines (the native population of Australia) have played an instrument called the Didgeridoo for thousands of years. It’s possibly the world’s oldest instrument and produces a low pitch resonant sound.The Didgeridoo is a tube that is closed at one end. The Didgeridoo is normally about 1.3 m long. Calculate the frequencies of the first 3 possible harmonics.

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 1 Comment