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resonate

[′rez·ən‚āt]
(electricity)
To bring to resonance, as by tuning.
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* Optimal resonation is created through the primary tone (mixed vowel [o]) and use of consonants that concentrate the sound in the front portion of the mouth.
Jaya continued to perform a song that's a staple in most of her repertoire and what would arguably become the highlight of her concert, which is a riveting rendition of Chaka Khan's beltout song, "Through The Fire." The song, played out to a different arrangement, really brought out her vocal resonation. You really have to watch how Jaya rocked this song out in order to believe it:
The end result is the song Resonation and has left the band feeling it's the best record they have ever made.
This singing technique uses unusual resonation to produce overtones in different parts of the body, harmonizing with the wind and the waters of their environment, although the repertoire is based on the tunes of long songs or short songs.
Entertainment was provided by groups including Alpha Arts, who provide traditional rhythms from West Africa and reggae group Resonation.
This will do two things; prevent resonation of the surface and reduce the amount of low frequency transmitted into the walls, which drastically reduces sound travelling into other rooms.
Infinisynth's drive to explore the far reaches of music resulted in "Glimpses of Future." KarrArikh Tor comments, "It is an instrumental track which began with a perfect fifth resonation, and grew into the first song where I actually play a diminished chord in." Whatever the reason for Inifinisynth to tackle the tracks on "Spiral Default 2013," the result is an astounding, momentous release impressive for its musical genius.
The FTR remains the same as the [3] but the capacitive effect on the coupler component and other blocks determines a sensible change on the buffer impedance that causes a shift on the L-C central frequency resonation.
Unlike the conventional dualmode bandpass filters, the second passband of the proposed filter are located around 7.3 GHz, which is about 10 times away from the first resonation frequency 0.74 GHz.
Constructivist approaches share some strong points of resonation. In addition, there are certainly many unique, diverse perspectives within the constructivist family of theories and therapies.
He said RDBA started the movement of resonation of judiciary and now the legal fraternity wants to convey the clear-cut message to American agents that Pakistan is not Afghanistan or Iraq.
Resonation and Truth, Limited Understanding and Precarious Justice