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  • acoustics
  • amp
  • amplifier
  • analog recording
  • anechoic
  • audio frequency
  • audiogram
  • audiometer
  • aural
  • cartridge
  • cassette
  • CD
  • channel
  • compact disc
  • compressor
  • console
  • consonance
  • decibel
  • deck
  • digital delay
  • digital recording
  • direct box
  • dissonance
  • Dolby
  • drum machine
  • dub
  • echo
  • echo chamber
  • emulator
  • EQ
  • equalizer
  • fade
  • feedback
  • filter
  • flanging
  • fundamental
  • half-track
  • harmonics
  • headphones
  • hi-fi
  • high fidelity
  • horn
  • isolationbooth
  • limiter
  • loop
  • master
  • matrix
  • mic
  • microphone
  • MIDI
  • midrange
  • mike
  • mix
  • mixdown
  • mixing console
  • monophonic
  • multitrack recorder
  • noise gate
  • octave
  • oscillator
  • overdub
  • overtones
  • PA
  • pan
  • patchbay
  • phase shifting
  • pitch
  • playback
  • playback head
  • pot
  • potentiometer
  • power supply
  • preamp
  • preamplifier
  • public-address system
  • quadraphonic
  • receiver
  • record head
  • reel-to-reel
  • resonance
  • reverb
  • sampler
  • sequencer
  • sonic
  • sonic boom
  • sound intensity
  • sound wave
  • speaker
  • speed of sound
  • stereophonic
  • subsonic
  • supersonic
  • tape
  • tape recorder
  • threshold frequency
  • timbre
  • track
  • transducer
  • tuner
  • turntable
  • tweeter
  • twenty-four track
  • ultrasound
  • vibrato
  • volume
  • white noise
  • woofer

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