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electroacoustics

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The science that deals with the interaction or interconversion of electric and acoustic phenomena.

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  • n. the science of the interaction and interconversion of electric and acoustic phenomena

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ acoustics

Examples

  • Co-authored a book on electroacoustics and publish a bunch of boring papers in my professional field.

    Introduce yourself

  • The 2008 installment of our Christmas compilation series features 26 tracks of norwegian folk, indie ambient, shoegaze, aggressive ambient, & electroacoustics.

    Information, Culture, Policy, Education: Winter Gothic, Infocult gloom for 2008

  • With a physicist, communications engineer and architect at the helm, the company had a mix of business acumen, technological expertise and artistic sensitivity well suited to taking advantage of the expanding use of electroacoustics in industry and culture at mid-century.

    A Life of Sound Ideas

  • Mr. Beranek went on to become a pioneer in electroacoustics – the electronic transmission of sound – a technology that transformed music performance and reproduction, engineering, communications, warfare and architecture.

    A Life of Sound Ideas

  • "He said he wanted to buy me a drink," said Neufeld, a student in Concordia University's electroacoustics program.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • Whether we are trained as composers, media artists, or visual artists, when working with electroacoustics we all are using similar technologies and looking for suitable venues for our work.

    NewMusicBox

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