[Harp-L] Voiceprints for the ACE harmonica

Robert Hale robert@xxxxx
Sun Jul 23 09:53:52 EDT 2017

Hi Richard,
Good point.

I wonder if Hohner made any such tests?
Has Hohner stated reasons for investing in the design?

There wouldn't need to be science behind it, when a company thinks the
consumer wants to buy it.
Interesting that it all comes down to player preference, with or without

Robert Hale
Serious Honkage in Arizona

On Sun, Jul 23, 2017 at 4:59 AM, Richard Sleigh <rrsleigh at xxxxx> wrote:

> If there is going to be an ACE harmonica available at SPAH, there has to be
> some way to record and create a map of the harmonic overtones of the
> instrument. A voiceprint. If the images show clear differences in patterns
> when you go from one material to another, then you would have something
> resembling scientific measurement of sound waves instead of human opinions.
> Anybody got the right equipment?
> --
> Richard Sleigh
> rrsleigh at xxxxx
> http://hotrodharmonicas.com
> http://rsleigh.com

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