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Material Timbre
Carbon fiber vs aluminum vs 3d printed
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March 3, 2015 - 8:31 pm
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Hi, I was recently hoping to invest in a durable custom made viola however there are quite a few options of material out there and diferent timbre's are produced to. Since I don't have quite a good enough musical ear to tell the distinct differences between the timbre material sound made. I was hoping some people could help me by describing what they here. So I here three in mind Carbon Fiber, 3D Printed, and Aluminum. And here are there sound examples

Carbon Fiber:

3D Printed:


I looking for a list of timbres theses instruments make beside the obvious that one is more resonant than the other
I.e mahogany wood produces warm dark tones

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