[ UK /ɐkuːstˈɪʃən/ ]
  1. a physicist who specializes in acoustics
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  • Along with behind-the-scenes footage of professionals in darkened basements, there are conversations with soundtrack composers, animators and sound editors as well as "acousticians" who use software they describe as a "spectral de-noising tool". Internet picks of the week
  • From the 1920s on, acousticians promoted fan-shaped concert halls, virtually free of reverberation.
  • The LeBlanc family set up the first full-time acoustical research laboratory for wind instruments in Paris and hired master acoustician Charles Houvenaghel.
  • Here, the famed Mayan pyramid of Kukulcan, or Quetzelcoatl, is known for the way the solstices and equinoxes are reflected in its stones, but professional acoustician David Lubman has observed another aspect to its design.
  • Soon after deciding to expand, Sloyer met studio designer / acoustician Martin Pilchner at an AES convention.
  • Larry Kirkegaard, the chief acoustician for the Festival Hall, told The Times that the current acoustic experience was the equivalent of trying to speak while wearing headphones.
  • The practice is not taken seriously by acousticians and its effectiveness in reinforcing the voice remains a matter of conjecture.
  • This is where the architect, the lighting designer and the acoustician must compromise. Globe and Mail
  • The acoustician first analyzed the hall as a shoebox and then applied the results to the vineyard.
  • The creation of halls with this new listening impression needs a high degree of experience for architect and acoustician .
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