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- adj. Of or pertaining to hearing or acoustics.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to acoustics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to the science of acoustics; acoustic.
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- adj. of or relating to the science of acoustics
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Chapter Three examines the sense of hearing, what I call the acoustical environment.
Naturally, this meant for the prevailing mode of thinking that the experience of the colour of a tone had to be interpreted as the effect of a kind of acoustical adding together of a number of single tone perceptions (very much as Newton had interpreted 'white' light as the outcome of an optical adding together of a certain number of single colour perceptions).
Among other things, the program provides area in technical disciplines, such as acoustical, chemical, electrical or environmental engineering.
The 1,087-seat hall met challenges with the best kind of acoustical response, which is to say you never thought about the sound at all.
The play area for the school is directly below your window and offers the acoustical double-whammy of a concrete floor covered by a corrugated tin roof.
Rumba and tango night on "Dancing with the Stars" also marks the unveiling of a flashy new in-the-round dance floor and the show's first-ever all-acoustical music night -- perfect solutions to two problems that did not exist.
Some people who normally are exemplary, like Jill Grove as Erda, seemed lost in the acoustical challenges of the hall and the production.
The large floor area of the worship space bas great acoustical influence.
Large expanses of absorptive acoustical ceiling tile are to be strictly avoided.
Some may consider using absorbing materials such as carpeting or acoustical tile to suppress noise from the congregation.