Tonality measured by Distance
Tonality measured by Distance is a sound installation that explores natural resonant frequencies contained in small spaces, as well as the way sound changes its pitch when it reflects on a surface. It was originally inspired by the Helmholtz Resonators; the Helmholtz Resonators where invented in the 1860's by German physicist Heinrich Von Helmholtz. They where hollow spheres open on both ends, and were made in order to isolate and amplify the natural resonant frequencies contained in a space. Different sizes where used in order to isolate different frequencies.
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