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Bird Notes

There are twelve chromatic notes:

A, A#, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#,

If A is multiplied by the 12th root of two, it becomes A sharp.

440 x 1.0594630943592953 = 466.1637615180899 = A#

Our world and the creature world are certainly not that precise. The basic unit for an English Sparrow is 28 / 27 = 1.037037... and the first few notes are:

2700, 2800, 2904, 3011 ...

Like music, only a selection of the 'chromatic' notes are used. When the sparrow chirps, there are two downward sweeps:

4028 3884 3745 3611 3482 3238 3238
3745 3482 3238 3011 2800 2700

Here is what it sounds like:
English Sparrow

The lisp program which is run on Audacity (freeware) is like so:
;ENGLISH SPARROW CHIRP
(setf st  0.01)        ;each note is 1/00 of a second
(setf k  (/ 0.5  st) ) ; fade in/out using 1/2 sine wave

(scale 0.75 ; amplitude

(seq  ; Play the notes in sequence

;First downward sweep
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 4028 )  (hzosc k)))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3884 )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3745  )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3611 )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3482  )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3238   )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3238  )(hzosc k )))

;Second downward sweep
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3745   )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3482  )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc  3238 )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 3011  )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc 2800  )(hzosc k )))
(stretch st (mult  (hzosc  2700  )(hzosc k )))
);end seq
);end scale