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phaser

Saltos de línea: phaser
Pronunciación: /ˈfeɪzə
 
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Definición de phaser en inglés:

sustantivo

1A device that alters a sound signal by phasing it.
Example sentences
  • In the phase processing circuit 200, a phaser 214 varies the phase of the signal in accordance with its frequency, and a phase inverter 218 inverts the phase of the phase-varied signal by 90°.
  • Phasers can be used to slightly modulate or heavily distort the signal spectrum.
  • There was also a stereo drum loop, and the mix included six reverbs, four resonant filters, three phasers, two delays, two choruses, one EQ and MOTU's powerful MasterWorks multiband compression.
2(In science fiction) a weapon that delivers a beam that can stun or annihilate.
Example sentences
  • From the phasers, transporters and warp engines of the original series to the plasma conduits and microfusion of the 24th Century, we boldly explore where Star Trek can go next.
  • The usual phaser and Star Wars related sound effects are all present and accounted for and the soundtrack is pulled straight from the movie.
  • ‘Directed-energy’ pulses can be throttled up or down depending on the situation, much like the phasers on ‘Star Trek’ could be set to kill or merely stun.

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