|Acoustics of baroque, classical and modern flutes|
| Each results page has the acoustic response of the flute
for the fingering indicated
with a sound spectrum and a sound clip for the note played with that
The classical flute studied has three different foot joints. The D joint is shorter. The flared C foot was studied most comprehensively. This foot was not designed to play C4 or C#4, but rather to affect the timbre of notes near D4.
The flutesResults are presented for these flutes: