Damper

Damper

[dam-per]

A damper is a device that deadens, restrains, or depresses:

Damper may refer to:

  • Dashpot, a type of hydraulic or mechanical damper,
  • Shock absorber (British or technical use: damper), a mechanical device designed to dissipate kinetic energy

In music:

  • A device in various keyboard instruments for deadening the vibrations of the strings
  • A mute for various brass instruments, see: Mute (music)
  • A damper or sustain pedal, a device that mutes musical tones, particularly in stringed instruments

In structures:

Damper may also refer to:

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