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Wind chimes are often hollow or solid metal, glass, or wooden tubes which are usually hung outside of a building and are intended to be played by the wind, which causes the chimes to strike each other or metal, wood, or rubber balls which may be hung in the center. The tone will depend on the material, whether you are using a solid cylinder or a tube, and the wall thickness. It may also depend on the hanging method. The tone quality will depend on how you strike a tube. In high quality wind chimes, higher partials are dampened and the fundamental frequency is brought out when chimes are hung at about 1/5th of their length.