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Question by Pedro Corvo
Submitted on 2/20/2004
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Greetings, I'm a student in Music Production and Technologies with emphasis on Acoustics. I'm doing a report about the recording of six solo instruments, and for it to be complete enough i'malso writing acoustic and organological responses of all the six instruments:
- Cello
- Classic Guitar
- Saxophone
- Drum Kit (several membranofones and idiofones)
- Piano
- Electric Bass

As such, I was able to find suitable information for the first five which are not electric instruments, but I'm not sure how to acoustical define the behavior of the electric bass. If anyone could help me on this I would be very grateful.

Sincerely yours,
Pedro Corvo - Portugal

Answer by Jimmy Wong
Submitted on 3/19/2004
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Define it in two aspects. 1. The mechanism of the string instrument. 2. The electric circuitry of the instrument.


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