First seven modes of the top and back plates of a hand made violin

This violin was made in Germany in about 1870. The modes shown are in numerical naming order.

 How to do Chladni experiments, including a high precision oscillator to download
 Animations, photographs and explanation of Chladni patterns
 Chladni patterns for a mass-produced violin
 Comparison of Chladni patterns for the modes of violin plates with those of homogeneous plates with simple rectangular and circular geometries.
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This project is the work of Visiting researchers: Emmanuel Bossy and Renaud Carpentier
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