What is standing wave control for audio?

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Electric bass guitar. A standing wave is a resonance frequency that is strongest below 300 Hz, creating a boom sound. Standing waves cause musical notes to boom out into a room. An amplified bass guitar is a typical culprit, since the instrument
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