Ex.Discrete.Fr.html8" JJY ) .    TEXTR*ch4 qL o Ť discrete notes <body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000" link="#ffcc66" alink="#3300ff" vlink=#"9999ff"> <!-- insert this map--> <table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 width=325 border="0"> <tr valign="top"> <td align=left rowspan=6> <map name="redboarder"> <area shape="rect" coords="29, 15, 74, 32" href="http://www.cea.edu/%7ejacks/exploratorium/index.html" target="_top"> <area shape="rect" coords="22, 105, 81, 124" href="ex.discrete.fr.html"> <area shape="rect" coords="26, 207, 79, 227" href="ex.tritone.fr.html"> <area shape="rect" coords="11, 311, 92, 330" href="ex.continuous.fr.html" target="body"> <area shape="rect" coords="32, 411, 73, 432" href="ex.links.fr.html"> <area shape="rect" coords="28, 513, 79, 533" href="ex.credits.fr.html"> <area shape="rect" coords="33, 610, 65, 628" href="http://www.cea.edu/"> <area shape="rect" coords="2, 714, 101, 733" href="http://www.exploratorium.edu/"> </map> <img src="redboarder.wh.2.gif" border="0" width="102" height="950" align="bottom" usemap="#redboarder" ismap></td> <td> <img src="spacer.gif" width="75" height="1" border="0"></td> <td width="325" align=left> <center><img src="discrete(4inches).gif" width="288" height="54" border="0" align="bottom"></center> <center><embed src="discrete_8a.swf" width=320 height=320 border="0"></center> <p> <center><img src="canyoufind(3.5inches).gif" border="0" align="middle"width=252 height=68 ></center> <p><br> <tt><font="2" color="000000">bet you can't find the highest note on this keyboard!<p> play the tones clockwise around the keyboard until you find the highest note. can't? you might have to go around a few times. still can't find the highest note? here's why. . . . <p> <center><img src="sowhat(2inches).gif" width=144 height=71 border=0></center> <p> this keyboard creates tones that seem to be continuously rising or falling. when you sing "do, re, me, fa, sol, la, ti, do" the notes rise in pitch until you reach the next "do." this second "do" has the same pitch as the first "do" but is one octave higher. <p> each note on this keyboard is actually a chord comprised of six notes of the same pitch, but of six different octaves. the volume of the middle octaves are the loudest, while the higher and lower octaves are softer. this construction method is the heart of this phenomenon. <p> the basic auditory illusion is that when you play the entire scale, you actually do end up where you started, but the notes <em>appear</em> to have continuously risen (or fallen) in pitch.</font></tt> <br><br><br> <center><a href="ex.tritone.fr.html"><img src="next.button(.75).gif" clear="all" border="0" width="54" height="29" align="bottom"></a><br><br> <tt><font size=+3 font color="#aa0000">next!</font></tt></center> </td> </tr> </table> <script type="text/javascript"> var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E")); </script> <script type="text/javascript"> var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-215568-1"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); </script> </body> 2  0 Ex.Discrete.Fr.htmlTEXTttxtTEXTttxt o zL :d :A DG ` B C :EVFra/ 2V/`2styl ĝW