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Active Sound Design

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Active Sound Design

Active Sound Design is an acoustic technology that utilizes digital signal processing to control the sound of a space. It is used to manipulate the sound environment by creating virtual acoustic effects, such as reverberation, echo, and noise cancellation. This technology is used to improve the acoustic quality of a space by reducing noise pollution, improving speech intelligibility, and creating a more pleasant sound experience.

Active Sound Design, Acoustics, Audio, Digital Signal Processing, Noise Cancellation

Alexander Barclay

Active Sound Design

Active Sound Design is a form of music composition that combines audio engineering and sound design to create aural and visual effects. This technique is used to add depth and interest to music, movies, and video games. Historically, Active Sound Design has been used to create soundtracks for films, video games, and other forms of entertainment. Famous artist in this field include Hans Zimmer, Trent Reznor, and Danny Elfman. Some of the most famous works of Active Sound Design include the scores for the films The Dark Knight, Inception and Gladiator.

Active Sound Design, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Music Composition, Aural Visual Effects.

Olga Ivanova

CITATION : "Olga Ivanova. 'Active Sound Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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