Some articles on sound:
... the Precision was used on "Dig for Fire" for its "lazier, growlier sound" that was "not as boingy-boingy-sproingy" ... – Added in time for Bossanova "because it was active and had a different sound" and became her main live bass "because it was a little less country-sounding than the Fender" ... described it as having a "weird, organ-y sound" ...
... One of the signatures of Blizzard games are the unit quotes ... If a single unit is clicked four or more times in a row, the unit's voice samples become increasingly comical ...
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... equipment is employed in the transmission of speech or other sound between points, with or without the use of wires ... down into further detail, telephony is the science of translating sound into electrical signals, transmitting them, and then converting them back to sound that is, the science of telephones ...
... no central organizing body for freetekno sound systems or parties ... Sound systems start up between friends ... All artists are invited to contribute and sometimes up to eighty sound systems attend ...
More definitions of "sound":
- (adj): Exercising or showing good judgment.
Example: "A sound approach to the problem"; "sound advice"; "no sound explanation for his decision"
Synonyms: healthy, intelligent, levelheaded
- (verb): Cause to sound.
Example: "Sound the bell"; "sound a certain note"
- (adj): In excellent physical condition.
Example: "A sound mind in a sound body"
- (noun): The sudden occurrence of an audible event.
Example: "The sound awakened them"
- (adj): In good condition; free from defect or damage or decay.
Example: "A sound timber"; "the wall is sound"; "a sound foundation"
- (verb): Give off a certain sound or sounds.
Example: "This record sounds scratchy"
- (verb): Announce by means of a sound.
Example: "Sound the alarm"
- (adj): Having legal efficacy or force.
Example: "A sound title to the property"
- (adj): Free from moral defect.
Example: "A man of sound character"
- (verb): Make a certain noise or sound.
- (noun): The subjective sensation of hearing something.
Synonyms: auditory sensation
- (noun): The particular auditory effect produced by a given cause.
Example: "The sound of rain on the roof"; "the beautiful sound of music"
- (noun): The audible part of a transmitted signal.
- (adj): Financially secure and safe.
Example: "Sound investments"; "a sound economy"
- (noun): (phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language.
Synonyms: phone, speech sound
- (verb): Measure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line.
- (adj): Thorough.
Example: "A sound thrashing"
- (noun): A large ocean inlet or deep bay.
Example: "The main body of the sound ran parallel to the coast"
- (noun): A narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water.
- (adv): Deeply or completely.
Example: "Is sound asleep"
- (noun): Mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium.
Example: "Falling trees make a sound in the forest even when no one is there to hear them"
Famous quotes containing the word sound:
“Strike on your drummes, spread out your ancyents!
Sound out your trumpetts, sound out amaine!”
—Unknown. Sir Andrew Barton. . .
English and Scottish Ballads (The Poetry Bookshelf)
“Philosophy ... does not talk, but write, or, when it comes personally before an audience, lecture or read; and therefore it must be read to-morrow, or a thousand years hence. But the talker must naturally be attended to at once; he does not talk on without an audience; the winds do not long bear the sound of his voice.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“But one sound always rose above the clamor of busy life and, no matter how much of a tintinnabulation, was never confused and, for a moment lifted everything into an ordered sphere: that of the bells.”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)