from The Century Dictionary.
- In relation to acoustics or hearing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In relation to sound or to hearing.
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- adverb manner In an
acousticmanner, or using an acoustic musical instrument.
- adverb domain From the perspective of acoustics.
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- adverb with respect to acoustics
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So-called acoustically transparent perforated vinyl screens tend to cause audio and video problems such as video resolution loss, moiré interaction between the grid of digital pixels and the fixed grid of holes in the screen, as well as pronounced audio high frequency loss and comb filtering.
The advantage of the Shuttle PCs is that they are dead quiet acoustically, meaning that I could place the PC in my equipment rack and use short interconnects to the preamp.
Worse, consider if they had declared that song was dangerous, an unharnessed form of speech that acoustically shifted too much and led to the production of sound being too out of control, and possibly causing loss of speech and mind.
Mr. Sharp took those into account when writing the piece "Occam's Razor" for the New York-based ensembles the JACK Quartet and the Sirius Quartet, as well as for his own solo guitar piece, which will be played acoustically.
These gleaming new concert venues are the latest arrivals in a building and renovations spree that has transformed the cultural landscape in North America, as cities large and small replace outdated or acoustically challenged facilities.
Mr. Farr said he got the occasional complaint about noise but added that there was little the restaurant could do, because "acoustically, our building is a little complicated."
Imagine being an highly intelligent acoustically oriented animal confined to a sterile sensory devoid saltwater swimming pool ….
You can still hear Bryan Adams's "Everything I Do I Do it for You" on mainstream radio, in supermarkets, elevators and other acoustically defenseless enclosures.
Parker has been rewriting the book on the sounds that can be made with a sax for over 40 years, developing a remarkable post-Coltrane technique that has allowed him to play counterpoint on what was designed as a single-line instrument, generate electronics-like textures acoustically, and build a personal soundscape that avoids conventional tunes but has its own arresting lyricism.
On a lighter note, Luke Haines, the indie pop star who dresses like John Betjeman, will be reading from his memoirs and performing acoustically Fri.