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Synonyms for stereophony

reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound

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Because of the number of loudspeakers, their spacing around the park, and the fact that the audience would be wandering around and not sitting in one place, I cut the effects in mono, so that the sense of stereophony or spaciousness would be rendered naturally, as with almost any outdoor sound reflecting off the ground and other surfaces.
This idea of using superimposed layers of dynamic envelopes and temporal shifts to cause continuous changes in the apparent position of instrumental sound, was explored by composers such as Stockhausen, Serocki, and Xenakis, and seems to be more influenced by the use of stereophony in the electronic music studio that by the western musical tradition mentioned above.
Any text is woven entirely with citations, references, echoes, cultural languages, which cut across it through and through in a vast stereophony.
Carey's programme also featured Andrew Johnstone's somewhat lacklustre arrangement of Irish Airs and Dances, his registrations exploiting east-west stereophony from pipework either side of the transepts to spectacular effect.
antecedent or contemporary, which cut across it through and through in a vast stereophony.
With all the means--of the scenic action in the play, of the multilayered spatialization, of the direct movement in space, of active stereophony, of the newest technology, and so forth--Stockhausen is always trying to add in more movement--i.