- the root of a chord.
- the generator of a series of harmonics.
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“It fundamentally changes the architecture of forest canopies,” says Watson.
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British Dictionary definitions for fundamentally (2 of 2)
- the principal or lowest note of a harmonic series
- the bass note of a chord in root position
- the component of lowest frequency in a complex vibration
- the frequency of this component