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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by anthony, Feb 19, 2016.
gsmonks, in case my last post wasn't clear:
Here's a link to the lip-reed thing:
Brass instrument (lip reed) acoustics: an introduction
Here's a link to the math that explains the difference between linear waves (the sound that comes out of your horn) and waves in solids, which is what lip-buzzing is.
Linear and nonlinear waves - Scholarpedia
Example A: Linear waves: ∂(ρv)∂t+∇⋅(ρvv)−ρg+∇p+∇⋅T=0
Example B: Waves in solids, such as lips: (λ+2μ)∇(∇⋅ϱ)+μ∇×(∇×ϱ)=ρ∂2ϱ∂t2
Oh, both posts are crystal clear: you don't get it, so you're digressing, while pretending that you do.
Do you even know my buddy? I don't think you do.
But I certainly think he'd know if a sound came out of a horn when air is pushed through it.
The first link is great and the 3rd bullet (Lips control the airflow) is spot on and confirms what we have all been saying that you ignore! Your own link uses the term "Buzzing". They use EVERY word I have used to make my and others point; buzzing, vibration and oscillation!!! I have no idea why you want to argue this point other than some kind of personal axe to grind. I do thank you for the link that makes our point though.
You're reading into the matter and not understanding it.
If you had taken the time to read the math, there is a good chance you'd finally get it.
The first link I posted because someone else mentioned it. I didn't post it to support what I was saying.
If you don't understand the subject, don't respond by acting like a two-year-old. Grow up.