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    7.1 Surround Sound One of the fun goodies we have obtained from the technological vending machine of science is surround sound. This three dimensional palette of aural bliss makes our movies more immersive, gives our music new depth and makes gaming more addicting than ever. When looking at the handful of speakers in a surround sound system, one could offer a rough guess at how all of those tones are delivered from every direction to envelop the listener. But what about getting Dolby Digital 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound from a set of headphones that only sport two speakers in the first place? While the thought of surround sound from normal headphones may seem like a stretch in the credibility…

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    The noise of high heels dancing on the wooden floorboards echoes through the cold, empty, deserted rooms of the compact London flat, that she had called home for the last few years.Eyes closed, she drinks in the memories, smells and sounds. Moving from room to room, revisiting happy times and events, absorbing them to her mind’s eye for the long lonely nights that she thinks lay ahead. Suddenly Sarah Jane stops and stands like a statue frozen in time. Here in a state of numbness, within the…

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    the bottom of the stairs she smiled brightly. "I know how since your in forks you don't have a dance studio to go to soo. I thought since we had a little extra money in the budget you should get your own Lela cave." I gaped at her she had to be kidding. We made our way downstairs and she wasn't kidding in the basement was a full dance studios do on the side was a hang out area. "Mommy you shouldn't have I love it so much Thank you Thank you." "Anything for my sweet sweet girl as long as…

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    races, and religions listen to music. The main way that people listen to music now is through their phones or with their computers. Anytime there is a social event, there is music playing in the back ground with the use of speakers. Speakers are the technology used today for most of your music needs because they can be connected to any type of phone. There is nothing worse than when you are at a party and suddenly there is no more music because the speakers broke or ran out of batteries. …

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    Sound is an essential element that encircle our world, information can be gained through listening, which listening is a more advanced sense in that are fundamental to human. According to Helen Keller, hearing is the soul of knowledge and information of a high order. The disable of listening as if detached from the world, sound is also a factor built this nature, as Max Neuhaus mentioned sound has given context to a place. Sound is that important but in the same time too fundamental, the…

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    Music is defined as "The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds to produce beauty of form, harmony, melody, rhythm, and expressive content." But music isn't really a science, we can all create music. What one person perceives to be beautiful in the terms of music, may be seen as screeching Devil’s music to others. Music is more than a science or art; it is expression, and it is soul. Any man or woman with a tone deaf partner knows how crazy someone can sound while singing. Yet…

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    in control of the silence but does not have any control over time. The perspective of the story is ethnocentric because when William Marx is at the piano he is in control of his silence, but he cannot stop time. Time will continue to go on day after day, not one person on Earth can stop it. Silence is something that people have a choice of doing. What I mean by that is if you are sitting in the dark and making no noise, you are choosing to do that. I decided to do more research about John…

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    The extract of this movie ‘The Incredibles’ uses cinematography techniques to create an uptight tense scene to engage the audience with excitement. In this particular cut directed by Brad Bird, it is established that Mr Incredible meets the Omnidroid. Through this establishment, diegetic sound effects are used to set out the setting of the scene firstly. The scene is set in a tropical jungles where birds chirping and waterfall could be heard. As for the audience, they could grasp that this will…

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    The first element is distinguishing the prominent feature of the room, such as the sound booth would be to record the music as perfect as possible canceling all outside noise, while a large-scale concert hall factors such as volume level and background noise become issues. Some less than extraordinary performance halls recently can be simply solved with just some strategic placements of microphones and speakers and the design elements become less important because technology begins to have an…

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    human senses to consider are sound, smell, and sight. What a person hears when they are inside a park can significantly affect their experience. For instance, if they hear city…

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