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electroacoustic

/elec·tro·acous·tic/ (e-lek″tro-ah-kldbomacs´tik) pertaining to the interaction or interconversion of electric and acoustic phenomena.
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agreed to also accomplish the production, promotion and distribution of artists in the Cuban Music Institute, the National Center of Concert Music and the National Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music roster of talent.
As soon as he realised that there was a great chasm in electroacoustic music--at the time, we were already listening to Karlheinz Stockhausen and were acquainted with all sorts of foreign music--he organised a three-day training course at Plzen Radio, where I was working as a music producer.
To contact contemporary composers, musicians and centres specialized in electroacoustic music for advice.
The amplified voice is capable of endless nuances, and electroacoustic music permits composers to move sound around the UO's eight-channel system at will," Isherwood says.
That is proved by the experimental results given below in figure 7, where ultrasonic beam parameters in the measurement system with linear electroacoustic arrays are practically realized.
In truth, Stills was outfoxed by his own brilliance in bravely - perhaps foolishly - performing the first half as a solo voice with an electroacoustic guitar.
Chapter topics include a history of hearing-aid technology, signal processing basics, the electroacoustic system, directional microphones, adaptive and multimicrophone arrays, wind noise, feedback cancellation, dynamic-range compression, single-microphone noise suppression, spectral subtraction, spectral contrast enhancement, sound classification, and binaural signal processing.
To accommodate these changes in threshold and physiology, the hearing aid must have flexible electroacoustic settings as well as a fitting strategy that allows for quick and precise re-fittings.
To purchase an electroacoustic harp and amplifier, which will be used for vibroacoustic harp therapy for palliative care patients at the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital.
Charles Nichols, a composer and performer of interactive composer computer music, currently teaches acoustic and electroacoustic composition, at the Department of Music of the University of Montana.
A spectrometer that combines acoustic and electroacoustic spectroscopy has been introduced by Dispersion Technology, Inc.
Scream 2004 will celebrate the 20th anniversary of SEAMUS (Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States) at 8 p.