I understand that firing order effects the sound, but I'm specifically talking about even firing (screamer) engines.
I noticed that 4/8 cylinders sound very clean and monotone, but it seems like V10 and V12 aren't like this.
The V10 seems to have the same scream of the 4/8, but with an extra lower pitched sound. Same idea for the V12, but sounds even more complex with maybe three sounds.
Common sense tells me that with even firing, a 10,000 rpm V8 and an 8,000 rpm V10 should sound the same. This doesn't seem to be the case and I'm wondering why.