guitar soundboard resonances?

    May 07 2012 | 2:50 pm
    I remember someone recently posting a handy link to a chart of vowel formant frequencies; I wonder is there such a quick solution for setting up a similar system in Max for acoustic nylon guitar soundboard resonances; just a quick plug-n-play list of frequencies for [reson~].
    And on that subject, how can I convert freq (in reson) to ms (in allpass), so the resonant frequencies coincide?
    freq. --> [!/ 4400] seems to work?

    • May 07 2012 | 3:25 pm
      here's a start anyway:
    • May 07 2012 | 7:13 pm
      how should I use my new powers of invisibility?
      for good?
      or for EVIL, mwah ha ha
    • May 08 2012 | 8:01 pm
      LMGTFM :p
      I found some general articles (Scott Wilkinson) and some scientific papers (Rossing/Eban), which specify the following:
      cavity modes @ 124, 417, 571, 785, 1043 Hz
      normal modes @ 101, 184 and 210 Hz, and also
      @ 304, 420, 550-660
      What I'm failing to find is any reference to modelling these resonances; i.e. at which Q and gain ratios these resonances exist. I could use my highly scientific and methodologically sound method of "messing with parameters until it sounds right", but that could take a while. Any clues?
    • May 09 2012 | 9:09 am
      A spam-bot? Seriously?
      You gotta be f**king kidding me