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- n. The quality or state of being not or less then totally harmonious
- n. The degree to which the frequencies of overtones (known as partial tones or harmonics) depart from whole multiples of the fundamental frequency.
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The thickness of the string causes its harmonic vibrations to be flatter than they ought to be; this is called "inharmonicity".
Obviously electronic pianos do not have inharmonicity, and we'll ignore the psychoacoustic problems for our purposes.
Range: -1.00 to +1.00 Stiffness / Inharmonicity Allows you to intensify / reduce the strength of inharmonicity in the sound.