How drums produce different frequencies:
Just like a flute, for example, drums have harmonic frequencies, i.e. a frequency in which the sound is ‘stable’ and consistent. and just like a flute, there are multiple harmonics, the first being one in which the entire membrane moves as one, up and down, which is shown in the first gif.
The next harmonic causes the membrane to split into two sides, one going up and one going down, which occurs at a frequency 1.59 times larger than the first harmonic frequency. the first frequency depends on other things such as size and material, but from then on all frequencies are specific multiples of the first.
The second gif shows, i believe, the 9th harmonic, and the third gif shows the 8th.
‘Grandma Drummer’ revealed!
For starters, she’s not a grandma but she does know how to rock out. She’s been playing since age 15 and played in local bands around Wisconsin for 25 years. Mary Hvizda comes into the Coalition Drum Shop in La Crosse, Wis., every other month or so to hit those skins.
#flashbackfriday to one of the first kits for Spencer Smith of Panic! At The Disco. Currently working on the next one! Stay tuned! #sjcdrums #panicatthedisco
Big kit headed out for Jon Goranson of @belovedband “passion I pursuit” batter “proverbs 3:6” reso painted hoop quotes #sjcdrums #belovedband #customdrums
Beautiful day in Detroit, Michigan. This is about to happen. T-minus 15 minutes! (at The Palace of Auburn Hills)
Paycheck = Drums, Yeah… I think that sounds right!!
Can we all just appreciate a cute girl on a drum kit?