quadrophonic


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quadrophonic

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quadrophonic

[ˌkwɒdrəˈfɒnɪk] adjquadrifonico/a
in quadrophonic sound → in quadrifonia
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The station was the first in the region to broadcast in quadrophonic FM in the 1970s, and the first to adopt digital audio tapein the late 1980s.
* Standard Sound Playback Formats: Mono, stereo, quadrophonic, 5.1, 7.1, ambisonics, binaural, and Dolby Atmos
The music has been remixed and remastered and the set contains a total of 153 tracks covering "ultimate mixes", "raw studio mixes", a 5.1 surround sound mix and the old quadrophonic mix, released again for the first time in over 45 years.
RAFAEL Kubelik's 1970s Beethoven symphony cycle on Deutsche Grammophon was distinctive - recorded in quadrophonic sound with a different orchestra for each symphony.
Music fans will also have an unique opportunity to turn everyday sounds into quadrophonic soundscapes in 'Electroacoustic workshops' under the capable guidance of Music PhD student Alex Bailey.
Once the West Stand start waving the tartan blankets and flasks the Riverside will have an awesome quadrophonic suround-sound effect.
The rhythmic projector sounds mix with the disjunctive quadrophonic sound of broken glasses that stings the air mysteriously as the color frames shuffle back and forth endlessly across the wall.
"We had to rig a quadrophonic PA system at the back of the stalls, although it was only used for the opening of the show.
But the echo of the clicking of the turnstile was quadrophonic and the general acceptance of the 7s financial success became a given.
Sound in the home itself has progressed from high fidelity to stereophonic and to quadrophonic sound.
See also Jenny Olivia Johnson's discussion of a related phenomenon in Bunita Marcus's string quartet, instantiated in the choice of timbres and the quadrophonic performance instructions, in her "The Touch of the Violin, the Coldness of the Bell: Synaesthesia, Mimesis, and the Unlocking of Traumatic Memory in Bunita Marcus's The Rugmaker and Andra McCartney's Learning to Walk," Women and Music 15 (2.011).
Townshend said: "I wanted to take huge risks and I wanted Quadrophenia the tour to be about quadrophonic sound.