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Procedure for estimating fluctuation strength from tremolo by irregular plucking of mandolin
Acoustical Science and Technology
A tremolo produced by irregular plucking of a mandolin is characterized by the average plucking rate, as well as the onset and amplitude deviations. The fluctuation of a tremolo elicited by only the average plucking rate is called the "1st fluctuation," and that elicited by onset and amplitude deviations is called the "2nd fluctuation." The procedure for estimating the fluctuation strength, which represents the sensation of hearing fluctuation from sounds, such as amplitude-modulated ordoi:10.1250/ast.33.160 fatcat:n4fonc4henclvkhcypzjmt2tbq