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aural

Physiology of or relating to the sense or organs of hearing; auricular

aural

[′ȯr·əl]
(biology)
Pertaining to the ear or the sense of hearing.
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com, the epicenter of downloadable music for the aurally fixated, today announced its new Playlist feature, which lets users create "mix tapes" from Epitonic's 2500+ tracks and email them straight to their friends' inboxes.
com, the epicenter of downloadable music for the aurally fixated, today launched an exclusive collection of audio genre walkthroughs.
Both visually and aurally, the production has the creamy orderliness of a John Singer Sargent painting.
There are few documentary video recordings of regional musical traditions in the United States, even fewer that are aurally and visually well recorded.
DVD-Audio Creator LE is the result of over four years of research and development, and facilitates efficient creation of DVD-Audio titles, using a powerful, graphically-driven authoring environment to create productions which are both aurally and visually exciting.
In promoting a new and aurally challenging programme called Wonder Pets
If you have, add this to the collection, the first half of season four, 12 episodes of forensic sleuthing you can visually and aurally examine again and again.
The film is also too loud at times - visually and aurally - with a succession of gruesome imagery and shouting matches.
Like The Avalances, The Lo-Fi's offer as much visually as aurally.
I'm not, I assure you: but the ease with which a televisually pleasing face triumphs over an aurally exciting talent absolutely infuriates me.
com, the epicenter of downloadable music for the aurally fixated, today launched the Epitonic Blackbox(TM), which gives users their own piece of Epitonic real estate where they can store, share, and play their personal Epitonic music collection from anywhere in the world.
Network functionality was understood on the level of the friendly phone call, as public space was reconfigured aurally and socially.