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  • Acoustics is about both the physical properties of sound waves and the reaction of humans.

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  • The Ig Nobel in Acoustics went to D. Lynn Halpern, Randolph Blake and James Hillenbrand (of assorted universities) for trying to find out why.

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  • The Ig Nobel in Acoustics went to D. Lynn Halpern, Randolph Blake and James Hillenbrand (of assorted universities) for trying to find out why.

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  • Acoustics is no easy topic to understand and get right, so it might be good to take an expert’s advice in this matter in case you want the very best.

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  • Acoustics comes from the Greek "akouein," meaning "to hear.

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  • 's Skeletal Lamping due out October 21st is releasing an EP called Acoustics on October 7th containing reworked songs from previous albums.

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  • Acoustics were superior to any room in the Lancaster Host.

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  • If two pipers were to play in a field, observers walking around the musicians would hear a strange effect, said Steven Waller, a doctoral researcher at Rock Art Acoustics USA, who specializes in the sound properties of ancient sites, or archaeoacoustics.

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  • I ordered their pamphlet about sound called "Acoustics in the Worship Space" by Scott R. Riedel (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1986).

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