acoustics

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İngilizce - Türkçe
akustik
yankıbilim
akustik ilmi
ses dağılım biçimi
{i} ses dağılımı
(Mimarlık) ses bilim akustik
bir odanın akustik vasfı
{i} sesbilim
{i} yankılanım
akustik bina inşa etme ilmi
acoustic
akustik

En son ne zaman akustik bir gitar çaldın? - When was the last time you played an acoustic guitar?

Elektro bir gitar akustik bir gitar gibi ses vermez. - An electric guitar doesn't sound the same as an acoustic one.

acoustic
(Muzik) ses ait
acoustic
seslik
acoustic
Yankılanım
microwave acoustics
mikrodalga akustiği
acoustic
sesli
acoustic
(Tıp) İşitme duyumuna ait, seda ilmine ait, işitmeğe ait. akustik
acoustic
Yankılanımlı
acoustic
işitme duyusu ile ilgili
acoustic
{s} ses

Elektro bir gitar akustik bir gitar gibi ses vermez. - An electric guitar doesn't sound the same as an acoustic one.

acoustic
yankılanımlı (s)
acoustic
işitmeyeakustik
acoustic
sesle ilgili
acoustic
ses ilmine ait
İngilizce - İngilizce
The physical quality of a space for performing music

Until they discovered the non-contractual concrete slab under the stage floor, everyone at Carnegie Hall wondered, since the renovations, why the acoustics had changed.

The science of sounds, teaching their nature, phenomena and laws

Acoustics, then, or the science of sound, is a very considerable branch of physics. - Sir John Herschel.

{n} the science or theory of sounds, medicines or instruments used to help hearing
A science dealing with the production, effects, and transmission of sound waves through various mediums 2
The study of sound See the acoustics appendix for more information Back
The science of sound
The branch of physics dealing with sound production, properties, and behavior See Section 2 9
the study of the physical properties of sound
The science of sound dealing with the production, effects, and transmission of sound waves through various mediums   Includes the effects of reflection, refraction, diffraction, absorption, and interference
The science of sound, including its production, transmission, reception, and effects
1 The science relating to the creation and dissipation of sound waves 2 The way in which sound production is affected by the physical properties of the room or chamber in which they are produced
The degree of sound The nature, cause, and phenomena of the vibrations of elastic bodies; which vibrations create compressional waves or wave fronts which are transmitted through various media, such as air, water, wood, steel, etc
Pertains to the properties or qualities of sound transmission in a space -- the way something "sounds" in a particular room or hall
The study of sound-wave motion and sound behavior both within an enclosure and out of doors Also- The qualities of a room in respect to transmission to sound
the science and application of acoustic energy
Relating to sound The word has two main applications: The science of acoustics is the physics of sound, while the acoustics of a building are its sound properties
The science of sound It can also refer to the effect a given environment has on sound
(1) Acoustics is the science of sound, including its production, transmission and effects
Term used to describe the science of sound as well as how sound travels through particular environments Sound waves reflect and disperse off of various surfaces in our environment, such as a wall or trees or even people These sound waves travel through the air, bouncing off objects before they reflect back to our ears We rarely ever hear the pure direct vibration of a sound wave before it is masked or altered by the coloration of thousands of small reflections
- The science of sound dealing with the production, effects, and transmission of sound waves through various mediums Includes the effects of reflection, refraction, diffraction, absorption, and interference
1 The science or scientific study of sound 2 The properties of a room or environment that affect the qualities of sound
The science of the nature and character of sound "acropolis", Literally, the high point of a Greek city, frequently serving as refuge in time of war The best known is the Acropolis of Athens
The sound characteristics (or ambience) of a particular environment For example, the term 'live acoustics" would be used to describe a room in which the sound waves reverberate off the walls and ceiling, while "dead acoustics" would describe a room in which the sound waves are absorbed by the surroundings
The science of sound dealing with the production, effects, and transmission of sound waves through various mediums   Includes the effects of reflection, refraction, diffraction, absorption, and interference
Disciplines of Study [DoS]
The science of sound Terms associated with the study of acoustics include: pitch, intensity, resonance, timbre, and overtone series
the science or study of sound
The science of sound Its production, transmission and effects
science of sound
Science of production, control, transmission, reception, and effects of sound. Its principal branches are architectural, environmental, musical, and engineering acoustics, and ultrasonics. Environmental acoustics focuses on controlling noise produced by aircraft engines, factories, construction machinery, and general traffic. Musical acoustics deals with the design and use of musical instruments and how musical sounds affect listeners. Engineering acoustics concerns sound recording and reproduction systems. Ultrasonics deals with ultrasonic waves, which have frequencies above the audible range, and their applications in industry and medicine
{i} science of sound; manner in which sound is transmitted within an enclosed space (as in a room, auditorium, etc.)
The quality of a space for doing music
The science of sounds, teaching their nature, phenomena, and laws
overtone
formant
partial
beating
ambience
oscillation
acoustic
Naturally producing or produced by an instrument without electrical amplification, as an acoustic guitar or acoustic piano
acoustic
A medicine or other agent to assist hearing
acoustic
Pertaining to the sense of hearing, the organs of hearing, or the science of sounds; auditory
quantum acoustics
the study of the effects of the laws of quantum mechanics on the propagation and absorption of sound
acoustic
pertaining to the act or sense of hearing
Acoustic
a remedy for hearing loss or deafness
Acoustic
To do with the science of sound; also, not using electronic amplification (as in acoustic instruments)
Acoustic
Pertaining to hearing or sound Relating to music not electronically amplified
Acoustic
Of or pertaining to sound
Acoustic
Used to distiguish a non-electric instrument from the electric version - e g , an acoustic guitar
Acoustic
Acoustic means of or relating to sound, the sense of hearing, or the science of sound
Acoustic
Pertaining to sound, the sense of hearing, or the science of sound
Acoustic
Pertaining to hearing or perception of sound
Acoustic
Charecteristic sound of a space caused by the reflection of sound waves from the walls and furnishings
Acoustic
Any instrument that can provide sound without the use of electronic amplification
Acoustic
designed to absorb or control sound
Acoustic
Musical instruments or performance styles devoid of electronics
Acoustic
/ Acoustical - Having to do with sound that can be heard by the ears
Acoustic
referring to hearing and sounds [HWS]
Acoustic
having to do with the energy of sound waves
Acoustic
A non-amplified or non-electric instrument
Acoustic
of or relating to the science of acoustics; "acoustic properties of a hall"
acoustic
{s} vocal, sonic; auditory; of sound
acoustic
Acoustic means relating to sound or hearing. Compare aural. acoustic signals
acoustic
a remedy for hearing loss or deafness of or relating to the science of acoustics; "acoustic properties of a hall
acoustic
An acoustic guitar or other instrument is one whose sound is produced without any electrical equipment. + acoustically acous·ti·cal·ly acoustically based music
acoustic
{i} science of sound; property of transmitting sound
acoustic
A medicine or agent to assist hearing
acoustic
Acoustics is the scientific study of sound
acoustic
If you refer to the acoustics or the acoustic of a space, you are referring to the structural features which determine how well you can hear music or speech in it. + acoustically acous·ti·cal·ly The church is acoustically perfect
architectural acoustics
Relationship between sound produced in a space and its listeners, of particular concern in the design of concert halls and auditoriums. Good acoustic design takes into account such issues as reverberation time; sound absorption of the finish materials; echoes; acoustic shadows; sound intimacy, texture, and blend; and external noise. Architectural modifications (e.g., orchestral shells, canopies, and undulating or angled ceilings and walls) may act as focusing elements to improve sound quality
acoustics