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Synonyms for acoustical

of or relating to the science of acoustics


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Contract award: new dreifeldsporthalle with betreungszentrum in lauffen am neckar - prallwandkonstruktion7 acoustically effective wood paneling.
Four practice and isolation rooms that provide acoustically isolated space for interviews, voice-overs and foley editing
Playing the songs live, and acoustically, helps us to get our heads around them and we can find out what the fans think of them while giving them a taste of what is to come.
In experiments conducted over the past 30 years, birds, rodents and other nonhuman animals have been trained to identify acoustically altered words.
The acoustically driven Odin Dragonfly echoes the likes of Kate Bush, Stevie Nicks and Tori Amos.
Martti Kalliala and Esa Ruskeepaa's Mafoombey project (p62) employs stacked layers of cardboard to form an acoustically efficient cavern and Kazuyo Morita's micropod (p56) is a charming exercise in thin concrete technology allied to the traditional skills of Japanese plasterers.
Known for putting his affable little ax through amplifiers and special effects, Shimabukuro now takes his act further, playing entirely acoustically and tackling difficult material with just four nylon strings.
Also, they use a laminated windshield that is acoustically tuned to reduce wind noise.
This acoustically engineered design fits into slotted suspension tees for minimal reveal, creating a clean and contemporary-looking ceiling that provides a vast, white expanse.
A spokesman said: "A scheme has been devised where an external structure, acoustically isolated from the main school building, is to be used for music lessons.
By inhabiting the space acoustically as well as plastically, Hamilton integrates this heterogeneous amalgam of rooms without masking the building's structure, orchestrating the visitor's trajectory into a sequence of interrelated experiences via the movement and motif of sound.
Band front man Michael Stipe and guitarist Peter Buck played four songs acoustically for 15 minutes.
The nihilism and theatrical reversals--the townspeople cavorting in round dances turn out to be defiant marionettes who yield too easily to the trappings of power--suggest acoustically impotent society.
The songs, ten of which were composed by Curtis, are acoustically based and rich in melody, with Curtis's appealing baritone topping off some tasteful instrumental arrangements.
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