[music-dsp] underwater sound

Martin Eisenberg martin.eisenberg at udo.edu
Tue Jun 15 12:21:47 EDT 2004

From: "Dave Gamble" <signalzerodb at yahoo.co.uk>

> I like the idea of an electronics<->biology analogy; a capacitor
> (with resistor to ground) acts as a high pass filter, because
> there's no direct connection between the two sides of the
> capacitor.
> Likewise, unless the bones are directly connected to your
> skeleton (which they're not, iirc; they float), you have a
> capacitor made of bones (no idea about the resistor to ground!),
> which means you'll get a high pass effect.

Hmm. Why should bones act as series capacitors? Though it does evoke
some nice, bizarre imagery. Do you love Giger? ;)


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