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Synonyms for inharmonic

characterized by unpleasant discordance of sound

Synonyms for inharmonic

lacking in harmony

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For the investigation of the dynamics of inharmonic internal gravity wave packets in stratified non- homogeneous and non-stationary media we have at hand the analytic methods which are limited and do not allow one to estimate the accuracy of the geometrical optics method for the real media.
Thus, the highest cross section is not the most important cross section and all sections of a inharmonic glen located RCC dam should be analyzed.
This difference could be the result of inharmonic collection or floristic composition differences of the study sites.
Besides the strained strings, there are also overblown brass or wind instruments and inharmonic, noisy sounds created by percussion such as gongs and cymbals.
However the piano signal is inharmonic in nature with complicated decay envelope.
2) Inharmonic frequencies are often visible between the harmonics, providing evidence of noise or roughness that is deliberately added to the tone.
Studies of the structure of communicative activity and its place in the person's individuality will clarify the psychology of optimal and obstructed communication between men and women, and the reasons for harmonic or inharmonic development of their individuality.
Pythagoras discovered that beauty of music was nothing but the harmony and unification of antithetic factors Beauty of music must develop multiplicity into unification, and transform inharmonic into coherence.
"An Incessant, Inharmonic, Idiosyncratic Impulsion to Do Something Creative," works by Inga, reception, 7:01 p.m.
Your rational mind was motivated to share your auditory torture, converting it into the discovery of a new music--much like Beethoven--made of inharmonic material that declares the beauty of imperfection.
In his detailed analysis of Konitz's version of "All the Things You Are" (the music for which Hartman reproduces), we are made aware of the expert literary critic at work: "This inharmonic modulation by way of an ambiguous chord acts as a sort of musical pun, startling and witty....
Some of the most interesting, and certainly the most characteristic, sounds in the electronic domain are the inharmonic sounds, made up of collections of frequencies that do not match any particular intonation system.
In the electronic domain, I discovered methods for using intervals to generate input parameters for the synthesis of certain classes of electronic sounds, generally known as "inharmonic" sounds.
During the course of eleven repetitions of this sonority, some inharmonic components are gradually introduced to unsettle the initial timbre.