tritan

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tritan 

A person who has either tritanopia or tritanomaly.
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Playing the tritare generates harmonic overtones, but it also creates sounds that are nonharmonic.
If played correctly, the tritare can produce many nonharmonics at once.
The researchers, who are at the University of Moncton in New Brunswick, say that the tritare's sound is beautiful and has lots of potential for musical expression.
Depending on how each note on a tritare is played, the sound can include a few or many nonharmonic ingredients, Gaudet says.
He and his colleague Sophie Leger, also of the University of Moncton, are slated to discuss the tritare and its design principles this week at a meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Providence, R.I.