Able to be heard, loud enough to hear.
The people who her a speech or performance.
1. A tryout for a role; a hearing to test and judge a performer's ability. 2.To perform for a part; to try out for a role.
A large room or hall where people gather to hear speakers or view performers.
Not able to be heard; too soft or faint to hear; unheard.
A cone-shaped horn used to direct the voice and make it sound louder.
The study of the sounds of the letters of the alphabet.
A curved wind instrument made of brass with a reed mouthpiece and keys for the fingers.
An electronic system that blends sounds from more than one source.
A long piece of music to be played by an orchestra.