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AbdulLatif

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Hey googled jawari and found this PDF. Its an study of the harmonic and partials in a sa/pa tamboura cycle. Interesting find; All of the swara can be isolated in a well tuned instrument at levels audible to a careful listener. I'd love to see the same method applied to a tamboura accompanying a melodic instrument, my thought is that a shift in the audible harmonics and partials would reflect the shruti and komal or tivra notes in the raag being played without a retuning of the tamboura. Pretty cool trick from a deceptivly simple instrument. http://www.tcs.tifr.res.in/~pandya/music/tanpura/papers/tanpura.pdf
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justjim

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very cool!
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