The double reed on an oboe produces the sound through vibrations when air is blown through it. Moving the keys produces different pitches and notes
the slide can extend to produce a lower pitch, and it can also retract to produce higher pitches. all brass instruments can also produce different notes by tensing up the lips (higher notes) or by relaxing the lips (lower notes).
The only way pitches can be produced on a trumpet is through the vibrating lips of the player. That player can change the pitches by either changing their embouchure or by changing which valves are depressed.
the different lenghts play different pitches or notes, the longer the string, the lower the note.
Yes, the octaves are the same notes but in varying pitches.
Pressing on the finger board plays higher notes per tape.
The clarinet can be pitched at different pitches when you play low to high notes
All saxophones have the same fingerings, the notes just come out at different pitches :)
The way that the saxophone makes a noise is when the player puts their mouth on the mouthpiece, and the reed vibrates, sending waves of air through the saxophone, making a sound. The different pitches of the saxophone, or the different notes are determined when the saxophone player presses down fingering, therefor making the instrument shorter or longer.
Tab is a way of reading music used by guitarists. Notes are simply different pitches that make up chords.
How do you throw different pitches?different realese points of the ball and different grips can make different pitches
The pitches of harp changes because there are lots of strings. And each of those notes have different sounds.
Different pitches vibrate the cochlea at different places
There is a link below to a sheet of music with all the notes in the written range of a Bb trumpet. It includes note names and fingerings. Note for non-Bb trumpets: The fingerings for the written notes will stay the same, however the pitches (and names of the notes) will be different.
It just changes the note. For some notes it makes it different keys or pitches. The same as any other button.
A musical sequence is a pattern of notes that follow after each other smoothly at different pitches in harmonic or melodic ways. :))
Harmonics in music are notes which are produced in a special way. They are notes which are produced as part of the "harmonic series".
For the most part if they have keys like the piano or bells then yes. Timpani are also tuned to certain notes before they are played. Drums though, like snare and bass, do not play different pitches.
There are different grips for different pitches. Know the different pitches so you can work on the several grips
i have an Admira Paloma, a really basic begginer's guitar with 19 frets, and if you count all the notes (C, D, E, F, G, A, B, c) in all their different pitches, sharps and flats, you would have exactly 44 notes
Harmonicas are typically made of wood and tin and can be made in different pitches and notes but also some are made especially for Blues or for Country.
A change in ambature causes the octave of a brass instrument to change. Depending on the instrument, there are different methods for changing notes. Trumpets, tubas, baritones, and french horns, for example, use different combinations of keys to create different notes. However, a trombone uses a slide. At different lengths of the slide, different pitches are formed.