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  • noun Plural form of clavinet.

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  • Note: The tones of clavinets, harpsichords, and pianos have inharmonicities in their harmonic structure.

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  • It doesn't stop there: you get access to more organs than a kidney harvester, clavinets and electric grands.

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  • Note: The tones of clavinets, harpsichords, and pianos have inharmonicities in their harmonic structure.

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  • Each D6 was unique in its way, so feel free to adjust the many sound shaping controls, in order to match the sound of D6 clavinets that you have heard.

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  • This might be a useful template for emulations of fretted instruments, harpsichords, clavinets, and so on.

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  • This might be a useful template for emulations of fretted instruments, harpsichords, clavinets, and so on.

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  • Features a large assortment of electric pianos as well as electric organs, tone wheel organs, clavinets, and electric grand sounds that provide a rich and expressive set of instruments to work with.

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  • And everything in between-we have clavinets, we have French horn, we have woodwinds, and a string quartet.

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  • Note: The tones of clavinets, harpsichords, and pianos have inharmonicities in their harmonic structure.

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  • The vibration of the string is passed on to the ensuing processing section-via two moveable pickups (you can view these as being similar to the electromagnetic pickups found on guitars or electric pianos and clavinets).

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