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How do you modify sound waves to impact a segmented object?

When you hit an object with sound waves at the same frequency as the object's resonant frequency, the object will shatter and implode. That is a trick that singers use when they sing and break glass. I know that segmented objects don't resonate well and and the sound waves just overlap, amass inside the segmented object and dissipate. How can the sound waves be modified so that the segmented object will be impacted by it? Please help.

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