# Compare the way a violin, a flute, and drum produce sound waves. What acts as a resonator in each instrument?

Compare the way a violin, a flute, and drum produce sound waves. What acts as a resonator in each instrument?
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Mira Spears
1.A Hute has a hole in the column and when the air passes through the hole, it creates the vibration of the air producing sound. The resonator is made up of the air inside the column of the flute.
2.The sound of the Violin is produced by moving the bow on the string or by plucking it by hand. The air inside the system vibrates, amplifying the sound.
3.In the case of a drum, the sound is produced by tapping on a HASA membrane, producing a sound as the air vibrates. The resonance is the center or lower part of the body.