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Re: Looperlative LP1 - sample rate
Beg to differ here.
You're right about sine waves but the square variety contains only odd
If they contained all frequencies they would be noise i.e. unpitched in
> Boot up any analog synth and see for yourself. Basically a square wave
> at any frequency contains all frequencies at varying levels. Doesn't
> much sense, but its true. A sin wave contains exactly one and only one
> I would be willing to bet that since a square wave contains all
> frequencies, it excites all kinds of resonances - in the headphone
> speakers, in the amplifier, in the air next to the ear, and everything
> the body. A sin wave will only excite things which resonate at that
> frequency. What you're hearing in a 15KHz square wave are those
> resonances as well as the fundamental 15Hz signal - those resonances can
> be at any frequency, and could have lots of resonances within the human
> hearing range.