How Does a Xylophone Produce Sound?

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The xylophone is a wooden bar stacks instrument used to produce sound when a key is stroke by a mallet. The key then shoot out the vibration to the pipe below after a stroke and the vibration is altered according to the size and the thickness. Finally the vibration is passed to resonate in the pipes to create the sound.
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