What is distort?

  • (verb): Make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story.
    Synonyms: falsify, garble, warp
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on distort:

Distort Entertainment - History
... by Greg Below, (concert promoter and owner of Distort Productions) and Mitch Joel, (music journalist and publicist) in early 2002, Distort began by ... The label's slogan "Listen Harder" was soon formed and showed Distort's specialization in heavy music ... studio manager with EMI publishing Canada later helped to jump start Distort by opening the door to a distribution partnership with EMI Music Canada ...
Distort (disambiguation)
... To distort is to alter the original shape of an object, image, sound, waveform or other form of information or representation ... Distort may also refer to Distort (album), a 1998 industrial album Distort Entertainment, a record label ...
Pump And Dump - Short and Distort
... A variant of the pump and dump scam, the "short and distort" works in the opposite manner ... its price before selling, in a "short and distort" the scammer first short-sells the stock, and then artificially lowers the price, using the same techniques as the pump and dump but using criticism or ...
Alexisonfire Discography - Albums - Studio Albums
... peaks Certifications 2002 Alexisonfire Released October 31, 2002 Label Distort Entertainment — — — — — — CAN Gold 2004 Watch Out! Released June 29, 2004 ...
Mitch Joel - Distort Entertainment
... his partner, Greg Below decided to form Distort Entertainment after being introduced by a journalist friend of Mitch's ... Distort Entertainment specializes in heavy music, hardcore, and post-hardcore ... Located in Toronto Ontario, Distort Entertainment is well known for its influence in the underground music market ...

More definitions of "distort":

  • (verb): Alter the shape of (something) by stress.
    Synonyms: deform, strain
  • (verb): Form into a spiral shape.
    Synonyms: twist, twine

Famous quotes containing the word distort:

    You must not distort justice; you must not show partiality; and you must not accept bribes, for a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise and subverts the cause of those who are in the right.
    Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 16:19.

    Just as a chemist “isolates” a substance from contaminations that distort his view of its nature and effects, so the work of art purifies significant appearance. It presents abstract themes in their generality, but not reduced to diagrams.
    Rudolf Arnheim (b. 1904)