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audition

Physiology the act, sense, or power of hearing
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audition

[ȯ′dish·ən]
(physiology)
Ability to hear.
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An audition for the CMI is required if not auditioning for a large ensemble.
This is my second year auditioning and I must say last year's audition was better.'
The maximum monthly cost of using the tool is $300 a month, significantly less expensive than even auditioning twice in the same time period, which would cost a producer an estimated minimum of $400.
So whether you're looking for a new training opportunity or auditioning for your next professional gig, start your search right here.
The hit show is auditioning countrywide for a new children's cast, with the north auditions taking place on February 1, in Newcastle.
Those who can't audition Saturday may fill out the online registration indicating an interest in auditioning.
All children auditioning will be expected to sing as well as show their acting skills.
Those auditioning are asked to arrive at the start time as the audition takes the full time.
Video auditioning was introduced last year on the X Factor website.