The "Perfectionist" at the Instrument
The Periodic Wave
The Dried-Up Instrumental Sound
The Fixed Tone
The conventional use of musical instruments, and the practice of performance and music reproduction so far, did not even permit such a profound experience to be imagined because, among other reasons, the perfectioned instrumentalists, while investigating, planning and constructing, ran aground in the field of periodic waves.
A periodic wave completely fixates the spectrum of overtones. And because of this complete fixation, along with the over- emphasis on the basic tone, we listeners do not get an impression of the existence of an infinite space-time dimension within the tone.
The conventionally produced instrument sound reminds us of a tree that no longer receives nourishment, and therefore dries up.