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in·har·mon·ic

 (ĭn′här-mŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Not harmonic; discordant.
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Adj.1.inharmonic - lacking in harmony
inharmonious, unharmonious - not in harmony

inharmonic

adjective
Characterized by unpleasant discordance of sound:
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The new Soundelux USA version of the U195 "was optimized removing the patterns, removing bandwidth restrictions, multiplying the transformer size and removing the atonal inharmonic fet bias system," the company said in an announcement.
Analysis of inharmonic partials in the piano sound spectrum.
The most attractive feature of this technique is how an inharmonic part of the solution can be constructed analytically with a high rate of convergence of series solution even when f (x y) is not smooth.
In it, she claimed that "[a] number of scientific men who have been working on experiments in musico-therapy with the insane, declare that while regular rhythms and simple tones produce a quieting effect on the brain of even a violent patient, the effect of jazz on the normal brain produces an atrophied condition on the brain cells of conception, until very frequently those under the demoralizing influence of the persistent use of syncopation, combined with inharmonic partial tones, are actually incapable of distinguishing between good and evil, between right and wrong" ("Does Jazz Put the Sin in Syncopation?
Finding optimal approach to innovation strategy has particular importance for regional societies which generally have inharmonic structure of industrial, educational, scientific and personnel components, influenced by historical, political and natural factors (Avdeychik V.
This method allows one to solve the problem of asymptotic modeling of the inharmonic wave packet's dynamics for the internal gravity waves in stratified media with slowly varying parameters.
Despite Palmer's feigned distrait, adept performance of slithering fingerboard runs and inharmonic push-pull pizzicatos, and Party officials' claim that Prokofiev's music was proscriptively "formal" (rather than, say, melodic/narrative--the musical equivalent of Abstract Expressionism), Sonata No.
A number of factors may affect the service quality of VoIP [1] for example, packet loss, packet delay, network delay variation (also known as "jitter") [2], echo, noise [3], and harmonic and inharmonic distortion [4].
Thus, the highest cross section is not the most important cross section and all sections of a inharmonic glen located RCC dam should be analyzed.
This difference could be the result of inharmonic collection or floristic composition differences of the study sites.
Besides the strained strings, there are also overblown brass or wind instruments and inharmonic, noisy sounds created by percussion such as gongs and cymbals.