[ US /hɑɹˈmɑnɪk/ ]
[ UK /hɑːmˈɒnɪk/ ]
  1. any of a series of musical tones whose frequencies are integral multiples of the frequency of a fundamental
  2. a tone that is a component of a complex sound
  1. involving or characterized by harmony
  2. relating to vibrations that occur as a result of vibrations in a nearby body
    sympathetic vibration
  3. of or relating to the branch of acoustics that studies the composition of musical sounds
    the sound of the resonating cavity cannot be the only determinant of the harmonic response
  4. of or relating to harmony as distinct from melody and rhythm
    subtleties of harmonic change and tonality
  5. of or relating to harmonics
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How To Use harmonic In A Sentence

  • I play the piano, so it is natural for me to think ‘harmonically’ a lot of the time (one can hear harmonies instantly on a piano; also mainstream jazz is extremely harmony driven).
  • She played the tambourine, the xylophone, and the harmonica, all to our swooning hearts' delight.
  • He has here at home a harpsichord, forte-piano, harmonica, guitar, violin, and German flutes, and at Williamsburg, he has a good pipe organ. Colonial Children
  • It was built on the track of an elephant trail and it was so rough that it rattled our bones and sent the radio antenna into a series of harmonic wobbles.
  • Making music: A percussion and music workshop for children takes place at Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall tomorrow at 11.15am.
  • He has also worked with symphonies and chamber groups from the Brooklyn Philharmonic to Zurich's Ensemble Fur Neue Musik.
  • The band has a strong emphasis on vocals and harmony with guitarists, concertina, keyboard, accordion and harmonica backing.
  • The wave equation having general forms of planar simple harmonic wave is deduced in this article. It is simple and accurate to solve wave equation by using this formula.
  • Output 46 provides a signal with an adjusted resonant frequency, minus the inharmonic tones.
  • The orchestra is governed by the musicians themselves, most of whom remain with the Philharmonic for a lifetime, closely protecting its artistic integrity.
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