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sound stage

also sound·stage (sound′stāj′)
n.
A room or studio that is usually soundproof, used for the production of movies.

soundstage

(ˈsaʊndˌsteɪdʒ)
n
(Film) a soundproof room or building in which cinematic films are shot
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The left/right blend across the soundstage is wonderful, with proper half-left and half-right imaging, and the front/back perspective and integration of the soloists and supporting instrumental and vocal ensembles was done just about as well as it can be.
According to figures from Nicassio's company, soundstage occupancy across the region has fallen from 97% in 2011 to 93% this year.
The three performers are spread across the soundstage, with Coryell on the left channel, Assad in the center, and Abercrombie on the right.
If there is anything that interferes with the shoot, be it an intrusive animal, bird or structural problem on a soundstage, Hudson is on it.
The soundstage on this low-key, sometimes jazz-oriented Summit release exhibits a realistic feel that sets it apart from what many other small-ensemble releases deliver.
Equally impressive is the recording itself, which exhibits a wide but stable soundstage, excellent concert-hall clarity, and remarkable focus and imaging.
This example features a good piano/drum set/bass blend, with a moderately wide soundstage that dovetails better with a pair of widely spaced main speakers than with a pair that is situated closer together.
BFG is also looking to expand studio capacity with the construction of an additional large-size soundstage dedicated to feature film production.
With them, the idea is to take ordinary two-channel source material and derive a faux up-front center channel, with a simulated smooth blend across the soundstage and with half-left and half-right images properly in focus and stabilized.
Sure, the sound was coming from a smaller speaker, but the soundstage of the Tempos was superior to that of the Classics.
A planned revamp of Rome's Cinecitta studios is sparking heated employee protests--and in the middle of the controversy last week, a fire broke out inside its Studio 5 soundstage, where Federico Fellini used to create his films.