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echo chamber

a room with walls that reflect sound. It is used to make acoustic measurements and as a source of reverberant sound to be mixed with direct sound for recording or broadcasting

echo chamber

[′ek·ō ‚chām·bər]
(acoustics)
A reverberant room or enclosure used in a studio to add echo effects to sounds for radio or television programs.
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The right-wing echo chamber breeds extremism, intimidates Republican moderates, and misleads people into thinking that their worldview is broadly shared.
The brief, posted here, argues: "The various laws imposing disclaimer mandates upon CPCs are not based upon actual evidence of a concrete, non-hypothetical problem necessitating government intervention, but rather are based upon a self-reinforcing echo chamber of pro-abortion advocates' rhetoric and accusations passed from city to city for the purpose of hampering the efforts of CPCs.
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In tribute to John, it was A Day In The Life, complete with echo chamber effects to morph Macca''s into Lennon''s voices for the earlier verses.
To test for the ringing acoustic signatures of tiny bubbles, physicist Helen Czerski of University of Rhode Island has devised a specially-designed echo chamber about the size of a soccer ball.
Features such as an echo chamber, curtain fall and water breaking in different directions have been included as has the effect that the boulders have tumbled in a natural manner down the slope.
press, and dismissed as both inconsequential and a "possible" hoax by Vice President Dick Cheney and the Bush administration's talk radio echo chamber.
This book is the first in an Open Court series featuring debates between important thinkers and their critics, and Szasz should be commended for responding directly and at length to people who disagree with him, given how easy it is for a writer of his stature to retreat to an echo chamber populated by loyal followers.
Like an echo chamber, the combustible scandal atmosphere had ricocheted a single rumor in so many directions that it seemed to many as though it were being confirmed from numerous sources.
Certainly, the publication of Art and Culture in 1962 was one immediate I source of his reemergence, but many essays published in Artforum had the effect of turning the magazine into a sort of benevolent echo chamber for Greenberg for several years.
But, without doubt, she will performing in an echo chamber.
He is merely acting as an echo chamber for his out of touch officials.