3D50.10 - Keyboards - Piano and Organ
Plug the desired keyboard into the amplifier. Attach the appropriate keyboard pedals as needed.
The action for a piano is shown.
- Alan D. Bernstein, "Tuning the Ill-Tempered Clavier", AJP, Vol. 46, # 8, Aug. 1978, p. 792.
- John C. Bryner, "Stiff-String Theory: Richard Feynman on Piano Tuning", Physics Today, December 2009, p. 46.
- Klaus Wogram, "Acoustical Research on Pianos Part 1: Vibrational Characteristics of the Soundboard", Musical Acoustics, p. 872.
- Klaus Wogram, "Acoustical Research on Pianos Part 1: Vibrational Characteristics of the Soundboard", Musical Acoustics, p. 778.
- Klaus Wogram, "Acoustical Research on Pianos Part 1: Vibrational Characteristics of the Soundboard", Musical Acoustics, p. 694.
- Gabriel Weinreich, "Coupled Piano Strings", Musical Acoustics, p. 1474.
- Yaakov Kraftmakher, "7.16, Simple Electro-Musical Instruments", Experiments and Demonstrations in Physics, ISBN 981-256-602-3, p. 485.
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