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What is this? (Sound)

Discussion in 'Question of the Day' started by Inaki2, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. Inaki2

    Inaki2 Active Member

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    A logarithmicspaced, articulated spiral array in a horizontally asymmetric configuration employing frequency tapering and divergence shading, which will include isophasic high-frequency and mid-frequency apertures, hyper-cardioid low-frequency transducer sections, is controlled by finite-impulse response filtering digital signal processing, and works well with a psychoacoustic infector

    Also known as? :)
     
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    Close....
     
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    Line array...
     
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    No idea, but I'm going to guess your ears and mouth.
     
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    I'm going to say your ears.
     
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    Agreed. I think it's your ears.
     
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    Nope, line array it is, a J-line array.
     
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    too many words for me!
     
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    Since when do ears have digital signal processing, guys... ;)
     
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    Maybe if your ears have hearing aids in you might have digital signal processing.... but ya, other then that.... if you guys have digital signal processing in your ears, I think you guys had better tell us you are robots! :)
     
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    Androids...the proper word is Androids....:p
     
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    Arnt andriods part human part robot? or are those cyborgs? I dont know, I guess I'll admit that I am not 100% up on my robot vocabulary (maybe I need to see more sci fi movies, but ya, i dont realy ever watch movies so.....)
     
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    Dunno...lets leave at at robots then
     
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    lol, ok sounds good to me!
     
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    androids are fake humans, robots meant to be like humans
    cyborgs are half human, half robot.
    imagine if you were a cyborg...you could hang and focus and just do everything so much faster!

    i love my random g33k knowlege
     
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    yeah, but striking arc lamps would be a drag because of the EMI
     
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    Ya, you would need some good shielding from all the magnetic fields found arround different tech equipment. I'll guess that we could get into quite a discussion about if a andrioid could ever have a good enough ear to properly mix sound. My guess is yes, eventually, but for certain, not right now with today's technology.
     

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