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Perhaps the only true recordings of pipes are going to be stereo recordings with a vertically mounted pair directed at both ends of the pipe?
I've never investigated the physics of flue pipes - though I do know that it is not well researched, and that there is some disagreement about the niceties of how they work. The open end is indeed out of phase with the mouth, . . . (2) On the matter of speaker defects, my objection to using them deliberately as part of the character of the sound is partly to do with its being unnecessary, and partly because of uncontrollability. Whatever character is being added to the sound by the speaker, we can add more repeatably in the electronics; . . . (3) if the speaker was able to simulate the spacial distribution of the sound from a pipe - but I get no sense that we are close to doing that in a realistic way.
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playing around with the sound effects package associated with the soundcard in "colossus" (This refers to a supercomputer in a really old SCI-FI movie made before I was born "I am the Voice of World Control"-- Yes, THAT one
Quote from: KB7DQH on November 14, 2010, 06:43:37 AMplaying around with the sound effects package associated with the soundcard in "colossus" Wasn't Colossus also the name of the supercomputer at Bletchley Park?Yes
playing around with the sound effects package associated with the soundcard in "colossus" Wasn't Colossus also the name of the supercomputer at Bletchley Park?
I "soaked the sound to my taste" thus creating the "acoustical space" of my choice...