from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See sounding board.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A board placed within a musical instrument to improve vibrations
- n. A sounding board
- n. A control panel offering playback of various sound effects.
To some, these were just soft jazz or pop lightweights and the music was equivalent to the duo engaging in soundboard masturbation.
The soundboard is canted, sloping toward the tailpiece, is the same on all the bowlbacks.
The other advantage to using Seth's version of the soundboard is a little extra banter at the beginning of disc 4 before Sugar Magnolia and some excerpts of assorted stage banter that was placed after the encore.
(purportedly) registered 128 decibels on the venue's soundboard, which is not unlike being in the wake of a jet plane as it is taking off.
In particular, fans have expressed outrage that the shift covers not only the semiofficial "soundboard" recordings made by technicians at the band's performances, but also recordings made by audience members.
Parranda (iTunes link) has a lot of polish, too, with instruments that aren't just one big button, like some "soundboard" music apps.
He added that he really enjoys acting as a "soundboard" for his staff, typically high school and college-age, who he said are going through a difficult stage in life.
When Sam is not perusing his extensive B - movie collection or sitting in dark theaters with a tub of popcorn, he is usually found reading comic books, fixing computers, toiling away at his day job, working some nights at a local radio station as a "soundboard guy," and going to class so that he can one day toil away at his day job fixing computers.
The dust beckons; crouching beneath the piano, I am Michelangelo, only different, armed with a can of Pledge and a roll of paper towels; the soundboard, a series of criss-crossed blond wood, slats my Sistine Chapel.
The grand piano, a refurbished Steinway original outfitted with a brushed bronze soundboard, lies in wait for the pianist's touch on its ivory keys.
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