Simpson's methos of determining tuning
bill at h...
Sun May 16 21:28:15 BST 2004
At the end of Simpson's second paper, he explains that he has a
method of accurately discriminating and determining partial tones,
which he had been using for about 23 years and about which he says:
'If any of my readers are really desirous of making themselves
masters of this "art," a letter addressed to the writer at
Fittleworth Rectory, Sussex, shall receive every attention; and I
can promise to founders a most valuable help in their difficult
work, and to any lover of music a fruitful source of interest and
Does anyone have any idea how Simpson did this? A correspondent has
just asked, and I had to confess I had no idea.
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