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Vibrational Modes of the (0,2) Mode

The (0,2) mode has one nodal diameter, or node in the form of a circle where the surface does not move. This mode vibrates at 2.295 times the frequency of the (0,1) mode and decays faster than the (1,1) mode, so it does not contribute to the musical quality of the drum, but to the thump.

 

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