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soundscape

[sound-skeyp] /ˈsaʊndˌskeɪp/
noun
1.
the component sounds of an environment.
2.
the component sounds of a piece of music.
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  • Foremost among these is unrelenting sensory immersion in the landscape and soundscape of the natural world.
  • We've never really done anything from a soundscape standpoint that evoked that feeling of rainy city streets.
  • The device eventually changed the soundscape of the music industry.
  • It begins with a chaotic soundscape of voices and percussion on quadraphonic tape.
  • The human perception of the acoustical environment is referred to as the soundscape.
  • Protecting the soundscape helps protect your access to off-road riding.
  • For these reasons, the unique enjoyment of sounds in a national park setting makes the soundscape worthy of protection.
  • Developing technology and advancing knowledge in soundscape monitoring and protection.
  • Data from this project will help us make informed decisions when evaluating human impacts to the park's soundscape.

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