# APEC 11/11: Open Mic

Sean Logan discusses a Wave Articulation Matrix, which is composed of concentric Iron cylinders. The number, size, and position of the cylinders determine how the wave will be articulated, much in way the position of the fingers, when fretting a guitar, determines which chord will sound. The purpose of the circuit is to vary the charge (Coulomb Potential) on the central metal tube. The tube is at all times charged negative. We vary the magnitude of the Coulomb Potential, but not the sign. The sign is always negative.

# APEC 11/11: Open Mic

Sean Logan discusses a Wave Articulation Matrix, which is composed of concentric Iron cylinders. The number, size, and position of the cylinders determine how the wave will be articulated, much in way the position of the fingers, when fretting a guitar, determines which chord will sound. The purpose of the circuit is to vary the charge (Coulomb Potential) on the central metal tube. The tube is at all times charged negative. We vary the magnitude of the Coulomb Potential, but not the sign. The sign is always negative.

# APEC 11/11: Open Mic

Sean Logan discusses a Wave Articulation Matrix, which is composed of concentric Iron cylinders. The number, size, and position of the cylinders determine how the wave will be articulated, much in way the position of the fingers, when fretting a guitar, determines which chord will sound. The purpose of the circuit is to vary the charge (Coulomb Potential) on the central metal tube. The tube is at all times charged negative. We vary the magnitude of the Coulomb Potential, but not the sign. The sign is always negative.