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How to consistently increase or decrease the volume of a chosen harmonic frequency

By utilizing a pitch tracker to follow the base frequency of the target sound, then using that info to drive the frequency of a peak filter after the appropriate multiplier.
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Do digital oscilloscopes display timbre or fundamental waves?

You have a slight misunderstanding of what a wave is. Your ears (or an oscilloscope) will hear the sound of pressure increasing and decreasing. That's what sound is. The air in your ear can really ...
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How do sound waves work that make certain intervals sound good?

Simple frequency intervals generally sound good. Our auditory processing parts of our brains appreciate simple relationships. A perfect fourth has a 4:3 frequency ratio and a diminished fifth (...
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What gives a square wave harmonics, and not a sine wave?

You're looking at it the wrong way round. The square sounds like it does because it is made up of a fundamental frequency and a series of harmonics, whereas the sine wave just has the fundamental ...
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Is there a / what is the mathematic explanation of the warm analog sound?

Sadly "analog warmth" and "math transformation" are orthogonal. The former subjective and the latter precise. "Warmth" or any change to the audio implies distortion, in that the new audio is different ...
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How do sound waves work that make certain intervals sound good?

Particular intervals don’t sound good — they sound familiar. It all comes down to what you are used to. Which intervals were used in most of the music you have heard in your life, depending on its ...
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