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- They are also fighting the building's acoustics which need to project human speakers clearly, while providing reverberation for the organ.
- Evidently, Davis had touched upon a story with profound reverberations for our own times.
- V begins with the echoed reverberation of piano chords, whilst a three note ascending bassline is echoed (an octave up) by the guitar.
- The publication of the study had wider reverberations throughout the academic and scientific institutions connected with it.
- And the reverberations of that would be felt up and down the food chain.
- The reverberations of these losses extend to the states.
- In both tracks surrounds are used aggressively with pans, reverberations, crashes, explosions, and gunshots coming from all corners.
- The reverberations of that event will continue for quite some time, if not forever.
- His fingering is sharp and there is no reverberation.
- The reverberations of the war continue even into our time and they have not yet abated.
- Ceiling coves were added to help capture and soften the area's reverberation.
- Keith Barnard also makes use of the New Age echoing reverberation.
- The fetal head was high in the fundus and imaging was not easy with reverberations partially obscuring the proximal hemisphere.
- Meanwhile the reverberation of the Bolivian events will spread throughout the continent.
- Recordings are clear although they suffer from some slight reverberation in places.
- Living on her starboard side with the decks at about 35, its imposing immensity is magnified by the metallic reverberations in the ocean.
- They aren't always the most spectacular plays of the season; they just cause the most reverberation.
- But for some, the reverberations never stop.
- The wall or ceiling is subtly pierced, allowing sound to travel through to the soft backing, which absorbs the sound and prevents reverberation.
- Marshall says she doesn't take into account the real-world reverberations of her rulings.
- In Asia, the reverberations will inspire a generation.
- You know, this is really pitching right into the hot days of the general election campaign and the reverberations are going to go on through the fall.
- These include amplifying the lows, and adding reverberation at different points in the score.
- The piece slowly unfolds, with the composer's guitar ostinato setting the mood: it's a perfect sound, with just the right amount of reverberation.
- The reverberations were even felt west of Mississippi.
- Her last point raises a spectre of uncertainty around the Summit and its long-term reverberations.
- That result will send reverberations around the boxing world
- Good acoustics is a function of a number of factors: smooth, low levels of background noise, good acoustic privacy and low reverberation.
- It was a political manoeuvre that would send reverberations down the following three centuries.
- The reverberations of that carry on throughout the whole series.
- However, the reverberations in the rest of the world economy were immediate and extensive.
- The initial impact sends reverberations throughout the whole building and opens a huge hole near the top of the 110-storey block.
- As the Enron scandal continues its reverberations, as guilty pleas and tales of trials to come mount, the books about the case grow longer.
- My only quibble is that the piano sounds like it was recorded well and then had some kind of reverberation added later.
- And the reverberations are still reverberating.
- Particularly clever is the use of the extracted reverberation from the harp, used as an eerie synthesizer patch in its own right.
- A reverberation passes through the string and is followed by a second strike a fraction of a second later.
- Instead of pressing foot pedals, guitarists only need to open wide to synthesize their strumming into what's known as a "wah wah" reverberation.
- The acoustics within a room depend on the key issues of reverberation, room shape, and interior noise control.
- Easily the most influential paper of the generation, its reverberations continue to be felt whenever philosophers discuss the nature of their enterprise.
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