from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. European Common Market
- abbr. electronic countermeasures (to jam or confuse transmissions)
- abbr. extracellular matrix
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- Initialism of Exceptional case-marking.
- Initialism of European Common Market.
- Engine control module
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- n. electronic warfare undertaken to prevent or reduce an enemy's effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum
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I think the term ECM still has a place in the acronym pantheon, but that place is an increasingly limited one.
ECM is electronic countermeasures, while EVA is Extra-vehicular activity (basically space suit).
Another three-letter word, ECM, as is the estimable label ECM Records, run by producer Manfred Eicher, might lend itself to a more precise subset of electronic-oriented recordings — music that is compositionally open-ended, and whose deeply sedative aspirations are not technologically dependent.
He told me that the record label ECM was doing a live recording - which was eventually released on the album
Each volume of this unique jazz improvisation method includes: State of the art recordings (multi-track digital), recorded in the excellent Bauer Studios, where many of the productions for the record label ECM have been done, and in the Skyline Studios in New York City.
Since at least the early 1970s, when he began recording for the German label ECM, he has practiced a pristine, self-sufficient style, endlessly awake to his instrument's acoustical properties.
Manfred Eicher launched and faithfully maintains his hyper-romantic label ECM - to have the sound of certain instruments and the relationship between them and space so meticulously reproduced you can actually sense yourself suspended inside time.
When German producer Manfred Eicher set up the independent music label ECM 40 years ago, his artistic agenda was simply the musicians he wanted to work with.
I basically am to work for 2 days every week updating the intranet via a super advanced CMS, Content Management System, called the ECM, Enterprise Content Management.
Later, Williams looks at German jazz label ECM (whose founder, Manfred Eicher, acknowledges patterning his initial output on Evans 'work on
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