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Question: Just like bass is an instrument for low frequencies. There are pianos, guitars, synths, brass etc. mainly for mid frequencies. Is there any dedicated instrument specifically for high frequencies? Not talking about drums, so don't say cymbals ;)
Asked by Abhi (182.64.218.x) on April 7 2020, 5:50am
Reply on April 7 2020, 1:56pm:
    What do you have against drums, they are a real instrument!


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  • Posted by 2020 (95.151.177.x) on April 7 2020, 10:30pm:
    @Abhi - flutes,pipes,organs,strings..synthesizers..human voice? there's many! and who does not like drums!! heh

  • Posted by Abhi (182.64.214.x) on April 8 2020, 8:10am:
    Nah, I am not against drums. They are as lovely as other instruments are. But they are more of percussion

  • Posted by Abhi (182.64.214.x) on April 8 2020, 8:13am:
    They don't have pitches. They are used for giving your music a flow, a speed. I asked only pitched instruments. Just like bass is mainly for low frequency. I thought maybe there is an instrument mainly for high frequency?

  • Posted by Abhi (182.64.214.x) on April 8 2020, 8:15am:
    @2020 The instruments you have mentioned cover wide range of frequencies, not mainly higher. Like Bass cover mainly low frequency. And maybe a bit of mid frequency too. Vocals cover mainly of mid frequencies. C


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