[ UK /ɐkˈuːstɪks/ ]
[ US /əˈkustɪks/ ]
  1. the study of the physical properties of sound
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How To Use acoustics In A Sentence

  • Thus, the field of acoustics covers a vast array of different areas of use, and they are constantly expanding.
  • He studied continuum mechanics, lunar theory with Clairaut, the three body problem, elasticity, acoustics, the wave theory of light, hydraulics, and music.
  • ACOUSTICS – D. Lynn Halpern, Randolph Blake and James Hillenbrand of Chicago’s Northwestern University for a 1986 experiment aimed at discovering why the sound of fingernails scraping on a blackboard is so irritating. Announcing the Year’s Winners of the IgNobel Prize | Impact Lab
  • The venue is purpose built for rituals and ceremonies, with appropriately fabulous acoustics, lavish trimmings and colourfully costumed officiants.
  • Music and the science of sound and acoustics stand on the brink of huge change.
  • DEAL OF THE WEEK: Riding the waves in Oceanside ESCONDIDO: Man shot near Westside Park EXCLUSIVE: Couple appear to be shoplifting pros on 'Dr. Phil' show SAN PASQUAL VALLEY: Cheetah cub conceived with help of bioacoustics HOUSING: Rents falling as vacancies rise at major complexes Two North County couples celebrate 75th wedding anniversaries in March Escondido Undefined
  • But the design of the interior surfaces and the positioning of the seats aren't just pretty to look at: they're precision-made to provide acoustics so rich and insulated that George Tsontakis's delicate new piece, for instance, played by musicians positioned throughout the hall, enveloped us in as much silence as the jeweled notes of the strings, winds and percussion. Alex Pasternack: New York's New Alice Tully Hall: A Harmonic Renovation
  • ‘The perfect acoustics in the Heritage Centre make it the ideal venue for storytelling, music and song,’ says Ms Byrne.
  • I have tremendously fond memories of the Free Trade Hall, despite its general grottiness, and its poor acoustics.
  • Salford has been carrying out teaching, research and consultancy in acoustics and audio for three decades. Archive 2007-01-21
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