[Bell Historians] olympics

Roderic Bickerton rodbic at M3-Ac_qGS9y_oB3Q-PvL_yrTsfl1XUn7X79zd4LFuplXZg8nWaYEL4p-kWqfQAyZWcvACucakflK.yahoo.invalid
Thu Feb 9 16:45:58 GMT 2012

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From: "Dickon Love" <dickon at 26wcssc0UbPGe3YGhDoNJmY7dkyJdUNofTmdrkz2NSpxSD3j3Kmcc6zJN-6hsQTKaHm308-WaAsLPhxz.yahoo.invalid>
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] olympics

>  Absolutely right it needs to be over a 
> resonant
>  length like a xylophone bar to boost the 
> lowest
>  frequency to compensate for the diurnal curve
>  falling off, (loss of sensitivity of the ear 
> at
>  low frequency) or in English, to give it bass
>  boost, otherwise it will sound gutless.

Or a tower ...


a tuned tower, dimensioned for the air column 
resonance to equal that of the bell 


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