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*  Live PA
Generally Live PA artists and performers use a central sequencer which triggers and controls sound generating devices like ... On the other end, the performer can be creating sound completely from scratch using software-based synthesizers, sequencers, ... go out to a venue that has a house sound reinforcement system and perform a show. This possibility creates a point of ... an artist who mimics or mimes the playing of instruments whilst simply having a prerecorded CD or digital audio track sound ...
*  New-age music
Don Heckman (February 27, 1994). "Trends: New Age Enters a New Phase: Call it what you want, but the sound of Yanni and his ... The two definitions typically associated with the new-age genre are: New-age music with an ambient sound that has the explicit ... Subliminal messages are also used in new-age music, and the use of music instruments along the natural sounds of the animals ( ... John Schaefer (December 1985). "New Sounds". Spin. Vol. 1 no. 8. p. 63. ISSN 0886-3032. Steven Rea (February 22, 1987). "New- ...
*  Liver scratch test
When the liver is encountered, the scratching sound heard in the stethoscope will increase significantly. In this manner, the ... The Liver scratch test uses auscultation to detect the differences in sound transmission through the abdominal cavity over ...
*  Boston Symphony Orchestra
Monteux, because of a musician's strike, was able to replace 30 players, thus changing the orchestra's sound; the orchestra ... "expression of care about sound quality," and no "distinctly-conveyed conception of the character of each piece the BSO plays." ... developed a reputation for a "French" sound which persists to some degree to this day. The orchestra's reputation increased ...
*  Bruit
... (English: /ˈbruːi/; from French, "noise"), or vascular murmur, is the abnormal sound generated by turbulent flow of blood ...
*  Female copulatory vocalizations
... importance of two frequency bands as a function of sound pressure level". Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 144 (1): 9-16. ... whereas other species such as talapoins and chimpanzees typically emit screaming sounds. The quality and structure of ...
*  Inferior colliculus
Sound location data thus becomes fully integrated by the inferior colliculus. IC are large auditory nuclei on the right and ... Thereby, the receptive fields in inferior colliculus can be seen as well adapted to handling natural sound transformations (see ... This multisensory integration may underlie a filtering of self-effected sounds from vocalization, chewing, or respiration ... with requirements about the internal structure of the auditory system to enable theoretically well-founded processing of sound ...
*  Motor theory of speech perception
... even though the sounds vary continuously. In other words, 10 sounds (with the sound on one extreme being /dɑ/ and the sound on ... When listeners are asked to discriminate between two different sounds, they perceive sounds as belonging to discrete categories ... Using a speech synthesizer, speech sounds can be varied in place of articulation along a continuum from /bɑ/ to /dɑ/ to /ɡɑ/, ... This led to a close examination of how spoken sounds correspond to the acoustic spectrogram of them as a sequence of auditory ...
*  Trill consonant
Speculative Grammarian has famously proposed a jocular symbol for this sound (also the sound used to imitate a pig's snort), a ... sounding a little like a simultaneous [r] and [ʐ] (or [r̥] and [ʂ] when devoiced). A symbol for this sound, [ɼ], has been ... However, analyzing the sounds as trills may be more economical. There are also so-called strident vowels which are accompanied ... However, the phonetic variation of the sound is considerable, and it is not clear how frequently it is actually trilled. A ...
*  Protein music
The recording Sounds of HIV is a musical adaptation of the genetic material of HIV/AIDS. Hofstadter, Douglas (1999). Gödel, ... As the tape passes through the playing head of the recorder, it is "read" and converted into music, or other sounds...When a ' ... When DNA sequences are converted to music, it sounds musical. Human Genome Project has revealed similar genetic themes not only ... whozoo.org/mac/Music/samples.htm Vanhoose, Joe (30 November 2010). "Sounds of HIV". Athens Banner-Herald. Journal articles, ...
*  Temporal dynamics of music and language
Heart rates increased in response to high pitch loud sounds compared to low pitched soft sounds. This suggests that the basic ... Brain damage to this region often results in a loss of the ability to hear any sounds at all. The frontal cortex has been found ... This region is important in music processing and plays an important role in determining the pitch and volume of a sound. ... The study also investigated fetal response to lingual patterns, such as playing a sound clip of different syllables, but found ...
*  Christian music industry
ISBN 0-8230-7718-7. . Cusic, Don (2002). The Sound of Light: A History of Gospel Music (First Hal Leonard ed.). Milwaukee, WI: ... Petra, for instance, struggled to find an audience for their hard rock sound, partially due to limited distribution to ... and write music hopefully that is challenging and inspiring to people and doesn't sound like everything else out there." ...
*  Musical syntax
1)First, a separation of sound sources, an extraction of sound features and the establishment of representations of auditory ... 4)At least a comparison between the actually incoming sound and the predictions based on the model is made. This process is ... One is the MMN (mismatch negativity), which has first been investigated only with physical deviants like frequency, sound ... to the ERAN as for the ERAN representations of regularities already exist in a long-term memory format and the incoming sound ...
*  Guitar chord
An explanation of human perception of harmony relates the mechanics of a vibrating string to the musical acoustics of sound ... Consequently, guitar players often double notes in chord, so increasing the volume of sound. Doubled notes also changes the ... When played sequentially (in any order), the chords from a three-chord progression sound harmonious ("good together"). The most ... Sethares (2009, p. 2) Gold, Jude (1 December 2005). "Just desserts: Steve Kimock shares the sweet sounds of justly tuned thirds ...
*  Embodied music cognition
2010): Musical gestures : sound, movement, and meaning, New York: Routledge. Leman, Marc (2007): Embodied Music Cognition and ... The scientific apparatus draws upon an empirical and evidence-based methodology, which is based on measurement of sound (via ... containing musical sound and other types of energy that affords human action). Given the impact of body movement on musical ...
*  Sound
... sources Earphones Musical instrument Sonar Sound box Sound reproduction Sound measurement Acoustic impedance Acoustic ... Particle displacement Particle velocity Phon Sone Sound energy flux Sound impedance Sound intensity level Sound power Sound ... Sound can also be viewed as an excitation of the hearing mechanism that results in the perception of sound. In this case, sound ... Sound waves may be "viewed" using parabolic mirrors and objects that produce sound. The energy carried by an oscillating sound ...
*  Sound! Euphonium
"響け♪ ユーフォニアム Sound! Euhonium" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved July 6, 2016. "Pony Canyon to Localize Sound ... "Sound! Euphonium - Yen Press". Yen Press. Hachette Book Group. Retrieved 14 December 2016. 響け! ユーフォニアム2 北宇治高校吹奏楽部のいちばん熱い夏 [ ... Sound! Euphonium (響け! ユーフォニアム, Hibike! Yūfoniamu) is a Japanese novel series by Ayano Takeda. The story takes place in Uji, ... "Sound! Euphonium Novels Get Sequel About Kumiko's 2nd Year". Anime News Network. June 5, 2017. Retrieved
*  Discovery Sound
... (64°31′S 63°1′W / 64.517°S 63.017°W / -64.517; -63.017Coordinates: 64°31′S 63°1′W / 64.517°S 63.017°W / - ... "Discovery Sound". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-01-21. This article ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Discovery Sound" (content from the ...
*  Macfie Sound
... (67°22′S 59°43′E / 67.367°S 59.717°E / -67.367; 59.717Coordinates: 67°22′S 59°43′E / 67.367°S 59.717°E / - ... "Macfie Sound". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-07-15. This article ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Macfie Sound" (content from the ...
*  Antarctic Sound
The Antarctic Sound is a body of water about 30 nautical miles (56 km; 35 mi) long and from 7 to 12 nautical miles (13 to 22 km ... The sound is 30 nautical miles (56 km) long and from 7 to 12 nautical miles (13 to 22 km) wide. The Tabarin Peninsula forms the ... The Antarctic Sound is the stretch of water that separates Trinity Peninsula, the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, from the ... The sound was named by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Otto Nordenskjöld for the expedition ship Antarctic which in 1902 ...
*  Grappler Sound
... is a sound on the Coast of British Columbia, Canada. It is located on the west side of Watson Island, in the ... "Grappler Sound". BC Geographical Names. Coordinates: 50°55′00″N 126°52′00″W / 50.91667°N 126.86667°W / 50.91667; -126.86667 ... area of the Broughton Archipelago and which is located at the entrance to Mackenzie Sound. It was named for HMS Grappler. " ...
*  Sound Advice
... was a radio show on CBC Radio. It aired for fourteen years on Saturday afternoons, latterly on CBC Radio 2. The ...
*  Kagen Sound
Sound, Kagen (2008). "The Lotus Table". Retrieved June 1, 2017. Sound, Kagen (2011). "Lotus Box". Retrieved June 1, 2017. Sound ... "sound of character" and "structurally sound" as reasons for this. Sound received awards in the Nob Yoshigahara Design ... Sound married his wife Megan in 2013, at which time they both changed their last names to Sound, citing the common phrases " ... Kagen Sound (formerly Schaefer) is an American puzzle box and puzzle furniture craftsman, and is recognized as a leader in ...
*  Cumberland Sound
The bay is home to the Cumberland Sound beluga whale, a species known to reside year-round in the sound, with summers spent at ... Cumberland Sound (Inuit: Kangiqtualuk) (other names: Cumberland Straits; Hogarth Sound; Northumberland Inlet) (Old Norse: ... Birds such as gulls, ducks, and geese also migrate and spend the spring and summer in Cumberland Sound, and ptarmigan and ... John Davis, the English explorer, went part way up the sound in 1585. ...
*  Tasu Sound
... is a large sound on the west coast of Moresby Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands of British Columbia, Canada. It ... Also on the shores of the sound is Tasu, a former iron mining town also known as Tasoo. "Tasu Sound". BC Geographical Names. ...