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to speed up
evocation of the past
the ability to pre-hear an expected signal
forgetting or a sound going unheard
a sound can attract or polarize attention
progressive disappearance of a sound
a sound provokes a sonic response which provokes another ...
mixing a direct signal with slightly LFO modulated delayed version
ability to focus attention on the speech of a specific speaker
a new balance of frequencies of a sound due to processing or surroundings
actively reducing the dynamic range of a signal
Interaction or influence between two sound phenomena
a progressive increase in the intensity of a sound
progressive transition between states of sounds
a sudden drop of intensity of a sound
a listener searches for a sound that is inaudible
The incongruous intervention of a familiar sound
progressive diminution of sound intensity
delay between the transmission of a sound and its repetition
recognition of an error in localizing a sound
temporary change of sound that does not affect behavior
feeling of the emitter concerning the propagation of sound
caused by saturation resulting in the addition of spectral energy
a compression or expansion of the sound wave due to motion
presence of a constant layer of sound without noticeable variation in level
total absence of reflected sound
multiple repetition of a sound emission
affirmation of a new sound
surrounded by a body of sound without need to question its origin
sound elements that are deleted from from perception or memory
increases a signal over a chosen threshold
a sonic loop that occurs between a pick-up device and a loudspeaker.
disappearance of a sound
re-injection of a signal over itself
the frequency of a sound we have heard previously is modified
direct sound is combined with its own delayed reinjection
sound remains stationary between two parallel reflective surfaces
a controlled electroacoustic distortion effect simulating tube saturation
a gap in perception between the direct and a delayed or reflected sound
to transpose a signal and mix different pitches
a sound source that irresistibly focuses the listeners attention
a perceived sense of intention to produce a sound in a certain style or cultural reference.
a dominant constant effect that is perceived above the background sound with other individual sonic activities superimposed
an unexpected sound event modifies the behavior of the listener
the inopportune presence of sound violating a space
a feedback loop established between a microphone and a speaker
prevention of a sound signal to exceed a specified threshold
the greater the intensity of the sound environment, an involuntary increase in the speakers intensity occurs to maintain attention-even distorted.
the presence of a sound that partially or completely erases the perception of another sound
unstable and changing relations between elements of a sound ensemble
close levels of intensity between the diverse sounds present
sensation that the space is shrinking
an occurrence of a sound transmission at a moment that is most favorable
a threshold below which the signal is automatically cut
a sound emitted in distress, requiring no answer.
desynchronization of the cycles of two emissions of a sound
a sound that is imagined but not heard
the feeling of euphoria provoked by a sound perception
a pre-echo effect resulting from the storage of magnetic tape
the emergence of a sound from a known reference
to reduce the speed or tempo of a performance
the residual duration of a sound until silence or background sound
sound gives an impression of still remaining that is no longer heard.
a reappearance of a similar sound occurrences
the strict repetition of a musical sound motif
a sound that causes an attitude of rejection
the effect of air or solids put into vibration by an exciting force frequency equal to the characteristic frequency of the system.
a motor sound picked up by the needle of a phonohgraph and added to the music.
the beauty that occurs without order or arrangement, the sublime
a feeling of non-fulfillment of a heard sound sequence
rhythm of appearance of a sound determines the beginning of a perception or activity.
selective listening or valorization of one sound element in a ambiance
production of a sound that is audible, but has no physical existence - a psychoacoustic hologram. (combination tones)
fast pulsation of a sustained sound
the difficulty or impossibility of locating a sound source
continuous modulation of intensity or pitch to enrich a sound
continuous high intensity sound giving the impression of sound materialized as a wall
a sound or group of sounds following a curve of intensity spaced metronomically over intervals of a few seconds
electroacoustic successive subtraction or reinforcement of diverse frequencies
electroacoustic effect of analog tape due to incorrect alignment , a "slobbering" of sounds.
variations in pitch due to the irregular rotation of a turntable deck or tape machine.
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