acoustic horn


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acoustic horn

[ə′küs·tik ′hȯrn]
(building construction)
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No Place Like Home gets the Rebels back to a live club sound after the studio-driven Rebelution (2005), scaling back synthesized hip-hop beats and electronic keyboards to open the space for full-on acoustic horn blasts.
In little more than a century, recording technology moved from the first tin-foil and wax cylinders to flat discs; from 78 to 33 and 45 rpm speeds; from the acoustic horn to 128-track recording; from magnetic tape to digital downloads.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA)-designed acoustic horns and fixtures for all systems.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Cetacea Sound Corp announces the Astronaut Speaker Series with patented omni-directional acoustic horns for improved word recognition by students in K-12.