- (of a set of values) related in a manner analogous to the frequencies of tones that are consonant.
- capable of being represented by sine and cosine functions.
- (of a function) satisfying the Laplace equation.
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Example sentences from the Web for harmonic
He gets sounds that aren’t necessarily guitar sounds — a lot of harmonics, textures that happen just because of how he picks.Guitar legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65|radmarya|October 6, 2020|Fortune
She had access to fancy software tools like the “harmonic scanner,” which detects patterns in currency fluctuations, cryptocurrency, and more to help traders make informed decisions, she says.Inside the weird new world of social ‘forex’ trading—where you sign up friends, and some report risky red flags for investors|Brooke Henderson|September 20, 2020|Fortune
As many solvers noticed, that sum inside the parentheses is none other than the Nth harmonic number!
The tortoise didn’t finish exactly 12,367 minutes into the race — the sum of the first 12,367 terms of the harmonic series is in fact greater than 10.
Schubert does not, however, use it harmonically, otherwise the B natural would read C flat.The So-called Human Race|Bert Leston Taylor
All notes exactly one or more octaves apart are regarded as harmonically identical.
A key is a number of tones grouping themselves naturally (both melodically and harmonically) about a central tone—the key tone.Music Notation and Terminology|Karl W. Gehrkens
In writing the third species in all parts, notes appearing simultaneously should be harmonically related.A Treatise on Simple Counterpoint in Forty Lessons|Friedrich J. Lehmann
British Dictionary definitions for harmonic
- capable of expression in the form of sine and cosine functions
- of or relating to numbers whose reciprocals form an arithmetic progression