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What is an Overtone? September 11, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Beneficial frequencies, Blogroll, Cell phone safety, Music, Resonance, Sound, Vibration, Waves.
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The term overtone is used to refer to any resonant frequency above the fundamental frequency – an overtone may or may not be a harmonic.

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