sound-producing love



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  • The outer "reed" is not a sound-producing device, but a return spring.

    What's the difference between double and single reed duck calls?

  • "Biophilia" is built in large part on instruments Björk and her team invented, including a bronze keyboard that's a cross between a celesta and a gamelan, a digital pipe organ, a Tesla coil that replicates rumbling bass, and a series of 30-foot-tall sound-producing pendulums.

    Bells, Whistles, Chimes and Charm

  • CHRIS: But I think having the human judgment factor of a - you know, what is basically a low-grade, weaponized, you know, sound-producing device, judgment is - can be a scary thing.

    Mosquito Targets Teens With Audio Repellent

  • What The Turtle Island Quartet artists have with their repertoire of non-standard sound-producing techniques is the ability to recreate the best jazz, rock, bluegrass and the rest in sonorities that are rich, transparent, balanced and blessedly lightly amplified.

    In performance: Turtle Island Quartet at 25

  • Even though birds have the greatest sound-producing capabilities of any vertebrate—far superior in both volume and range to the greatest human opera star—their distinctive calls and elaborate songs were not considered true communication.


  • May I also suggest loading this familyautomart. com page with sound on, then mousing over all of the sound-producing buttons at the same time, then screaming and running away from your computer.

    Boing Boing

  • Every right-thinking person wants, not merely to move through life like a sound-producing, perambulating plant, but to develop—to improve—and to continue the development mentally to the close of physical life.

    The Master Key System

  • Taking a discarded object, that once had a specific function, and transforming that object into a sound-producing object has both a great recycling message as well as fresh innovative sound from which I can create a new music.

    GB #20: Junk Music

  • According to nativism, language develops out of sound-producing reflexes and associations of these sounds with certain sensations and images.

    Anton Marty

  • As noted above, the prudent skipper ensures that the recreational vessel carries all required safety equipment (e.g., personal flotation devices, fire extinguishers, appropriate lights, sound-producing devices) and operates the vessel in full conformity with the navigation rules (both topics are covered in parts two and five).

    Sailing Fundamentals

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