sound sensation

sound sensation

[′sau̇nd sen‚sā·shən]
(acoustics)
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Local musical duo Sound Sensation sang them down the aisle with an acoustic version of Angel of Mine, by Monica.
25 -- Kobian, one of the leading brands in PC peripherals and lifestyle products, today, announced the launch of new iXA 520U sub-woofer speaker system, which will provide its users an exceptional multimedia sound sensation.
His Sound Sensation Disco will be helping keep the celebratory mood in full swing at a glittering reception for the winners of our Daily Post Llangollen Hotels Wedding of the Year competition.
Regardless of the source, if you experience actual pain, tingling or ringing in the ears, or if you notice a slightly muffled sound sensation after listening to music, you likely have been overexposed.
They had learned Caroline and Sound Sensation and were now working on You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You.
Bryan Case of the Sound Sensation, a mobile electronics retailer in Auburn, said aftermarket navigation units have many of the same features as factory installed units.
For given the complex diversity and infinite variety of actual sound sensation, without them, performers, in going beyond the generalized musical score, would be faced with an infinite and overwhelming array of possible soundings so that finding an artistically adequate one is like shooting in the dark.
PRIZES for the Daily Post Wedding of the Year are being supplied by Llangollen Hotels, which will be hosting our winning couple's marriage at either Bodidris Hall Hotel, Wild Pheasant Hotel or Bryn Howel Hotel; rings by Wrexham jeweller Richard Hughes; hair and make-up by Impressions; groom's outfits by Off The Cuff, Wrexham; dresses for bride and attendants by Amber Bridal, Ruthin; photography by David Paul, Wrexham; cakes by Viv Bennion, Cakes by Design; MC Brian Russell; music by harpist Elin Williams and Sound Sensation disco; luxury honeymoon from Thomas Cook.
The dream couple will win a wedding at either Bodidris Hall Hotel, Wild Pheasant Hotel or Bryn Howel Hotel; rings by Wrexham jeweller Richard Hughes; hair and make-up by Impressions, Wild Pheasant Hotel; groom's outfits by Off The Cuff, Wrexham; dresses for bride and attendants by Amber Bridal, Ruthin; photography by David Paul, Wrexham; cakes by Viv Bennion, Cakes by Design; Master of Ceremonies, Brian Russell; music by harpist Elin Williams and Sound Sensation disco; and a luxury honeymoon from Thomas Cook holidays
This limbic activation has been interpreted to reflect the emotional reaction of tinnitus patients to phantom sound, but research has now shown the limbic region normally blocks sound sensations sent from the auditory region that are not real.