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acoustician

Syllabification: ac·ous·ti·cian
Pronunciation: /ˌako͞oˈstiSHən
 
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Definition of acoustician in English:

noun

An expert in the branch of physics concerned with the properties of sound.
Example sentences
  • In May, the acoustician ran a sound test involving brass and percussion instruments.
  • A team of acousticians, psychologists, and musicians rigged a large pipe to produce 17 - Hz waves, which they played during selected contemporary music pieces being performed in a concert hall.
  • From the 1920s on, acousticians promoted fan-shaped concert halls, virtually free of reverberation.

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