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sounds

acousticophobia, phonophobia.
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Similarly, if you were able to step back from the universe and just listen, you would hear the collective sound of the universe, and that sound is Aura.
The sound of a marble dropping onto a marble countertop or ceramic floor
Many bat researchers have studied both the length and pitch of individual sounds that bats make as they hunt.
Note the sound that you hear now that the soda bottle is empty: Does it have a higher pitch, or a lower pitch than when the bottle was filled with newspaper?
When sound and image pulse together in Granular-Synthesis's video projection LUX, 2003, for example, it is because they have been programmed to do so, not because of any real correspondence between these sounds and images.
A typical home theater produces sounds as loud as a hundred decibels.
The sounds are not a smoothed-over artistic rendition, he adds, but a reproduction of the cacophonous process that presumably characterized the birth of the universe.
A growing number of studies reveal that the sound waves produced by gunshots may not always be detected by body-worn transmitters or audio recorders.
Dolby technologies power the sound of high-definition today and are engineered to deliver on the promise of digital entertainment tomorrow.
Such media-archaeological conditions come into focus, and into play, with particular concision in the work of Australian sound artist Michael Graeve.