What is the definition of resonance?
In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at maximum amplitude at certain frequencies.
In music, resonance is the characteristic of sound waves vibrating in either the open air or within an enclosed structure, which can include a musical instrument. Like in a violin, when the strings are bowed, the sound resonates within the box (the hollow part of the instrument) and thus becomes a bit more amplified for us to hear.
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Resonance does not affect a violin. Resonance is the violins ability to vibrate with the tone that is played. With a high resonance, a violins sound will be heard long after the note is played. With a low level of resonance, a violin will sound dull and immature. Resonance affects the tone quality of a violin, but the violin has a direct relationship to its resonance. Resonance does not affect a violin. Resonance is the…
In series resonance, the inductance and the capacitance are connected in series, but in parallel resonance they are connected in parallel. In series resonance, at an input signal with a frequency equal to resonance frequency, the total impedance of both inductive and capacitive elements together is zero (or they appear as short circuits) unlike the parallel resonance case in which it is infinite and they appear as an open circuit.
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