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amplify

[′am·plə‚fī]
(engineering acoustics)
To strengthen a signal by increasing its amplitude or by raising its level.
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Amplified Music Services delivers its accuracy through a distinctive combination of multi-level digital fingerprint and acoustic analyses.
Chris Melton, CEO of Amplified noted, "Since the agreement with Valley was signed last Spring, we've seen dramatic shifts in the entertainment industry.
A 434-bp fragment from the 17-kD antigen gene was amplified by standard PCR, and the sequence between bases 67 and 458 of the open reading frame (ORF) was determined to be 100% identical with the published sequences of R.
This deal exemplifies Amplified's expansion in the global online digital distribution of music," said Shachar Oren, SVP, International Business Development & Music at Amplified.
This partnership ushers in a new era in the digital music space," said Jim Swindel, President Amplified Entertainment.
com, The Entertainment Network, and Amplified , the world's leading online business-to-business fulfillment service for music and video products, announced today a strategic alliance that will enable CheckOut.
The deal with Amplified will further enable Amplified's capabilities for the digital distribution of music.
com and become an important part of their customer's online music experience," said Shachar Oren, senior vice president of music and international business development for Amplified.
Measurements of the different areas showed that the fine-grained sediments amplified the shaking more than the alluvium, which explains why so many nearby chimneys fell, says Lamont-Doherty's Robert W.
When Lanciotti primers design was used, RT-PCR amplified virus RNA from the 13 positive cell culture supernatants but from none of the acute-phase plasmas.
The deals with Delicious Vinyl, GNP Crescendo, K Records, The End Records and Monarch provide Amplified with songs in a wide variety of genres including hip-hop, heavy metal, indie rock and adult-oriented music.
bDNA: Amplified detection of minute quantities of genetic material (DNA or RNA) and direct quantification of virus in serum or plasma.