Engineering the Guitar - Theory and Practice

de Richard Mark French
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Richard Mark French Engineering the Guitar - Theory and Practice
Richard Mark French - Engineering the Guitar - Theory and Practice

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La description

A uniquely engaging description of the mechanics of the guitar, for engineers and craftsmen alike. Clearly written in a conceptual language, it provides readers with an understanding of the dynamic behavior of the instrument, including structural and component dynamics, and various analytical models, such as discrete, finite element, and boundary element models. The text also covers manufacturing processes, including both handmade and mass produced instruments.

Contributeurs

Écrivain:
Richard Mark French

Détails du produit

Commentaire illustrations:
XII, 266 p. 100 illus.
Table des Matières:
History of the Guitar.- Acoustics and Musical Theory.- Structure of the Guitar.- Dynamic Behavior.- Analytical Models.- Manufacturing Processes.- Sound Quality.- Guitar Electronics.- Unique Characteristics.
Remarques:
Uniquely describes the underlying mechanical concepts of the guitar clearly supported by theory and test


Provides a focused mechanical description entirely devoted to the guitar, rather than a broad overview of string instruments


Explains the underlying mechanical concepts behind different guitar making methodologies and theories


Offers technical and musical audiences an informative and enjoyable read

Type de média:
Couverture rigide
Éditeur:
Springer US
Évaluation:
From the reviews:

"...[This is the only book] that deals with the engineering aspects of guitars. Thus it serves a real need for scientifically-oriented guitar makers and aficionados as well as those interested in a broad overview of the world of guitars... The overall broad view of the book makes good reading for those interested in the myriad details involve in constructing a string instrument and then evaluating it scientifically, as the author's personal building experience and knowledge of a wide variety of guitar construction techniques are put to good use... a significant, commendable addition to the guitar literature in a very broad-ranging book on a very important string instrument."

George Bissinger, East Carolina University, EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES (May-June 2009)

"French discusses whether the math models are ... sufficient to capture the features of acoustic responses that are highly correlated with good sound quality. In conclusion ... this book will help luthiers at all levels think more clearly about how to successfully manufacture guitars of high sound quality. The book ... particularly valuable to students of guitar construction and repair. For the rest of us, this book makes interesting reading." (Leo Beranek, International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, Vol. 14 (2), 2009)

"Why do guitars sound like they do, and how do you set about making one? These are central questions addressed ... in this attractive new book. ... The book is well written, and generously illustrated with interesting ... graphs. ... a unique and special addition to the literature, and it deserves to be widely read. For anyone contemplating construction of a guitar it will surely be indispensible. Physicists and engineers with musical inclinations, as well as guitar players ... are likely to be fascinated." (Peter V. E. McClintock, Contemporary Physics, Vol. 51 (6), 2010)

Langues:
Anglais
Édition:
2009
Nombre de pages:
266

Données de base

Type d'produit:
Livre relié
Date de publication:
23 octobre 2008
Dimensions du colis:
0.244 x 0.16 x 0.032 m; 0.621 kg
GTIN:
09780387743684
DUIN:
OTLMRNE70A9
52,97 €
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