unamplified

unamplified

(ʌnˈæmplɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not amplified, magnified, or enlarged
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"The unamplified human voice is a very visceral instrument that speaks to the core of the listener.
To the best of my knowledge, this technology is used only with unamplified classical singing in the recording studio to fix random intonation errors; it has not yet made its way to live performances at the Met.
What stood out, in the end, was the glorious, unamplified singing of the Coro San Benildo, whose members were also part of the ensemble.
For example, Google-searching the phrase "Schtitt uses an unamplified bullhorn" reveals that this phrase is used only in David Foster Wallace's novel "(https://www.littlebrown.com/titles/david-foster-wallace/infinite-jest/9780316920049/) Infinite Jest " and nowhere else online (until now).
For unamplified music, an orchestral shell is deployed onstage and we have begun to work successfully on electronically assisting the acoustic.
(a) Unamplified photograph of a mat collected in 2003, the arrow indicates rhizoid used to attach to a rock.
Such phenomenon can be explained by various factors such as non-random mating, unamplified alleles ("null" alleles) and subdivision in populations studied (Wahlund's effects).
Happily, unamplified opera has been the only real focus at Nevill Holt, and the beautiful new house (on which SSV worked with architects Witherford Watson Mann) provided an admirable showcase for Mozart (Le nozze di Figaro) and Thomas Ades (Powder Her Face) in the opening season.
The ExpresSeed method works by assembling microscopic nanoparticles at two sites in unamplified genomic DNA.
* Use of Unamplified RNA/cDNA-Hybrid Nanopore Sequencing for Rapid Detection and Characterization of RNA Viruses
The ZR specification supports the unamplified transmission over distances greater than 40km, typically out to 80km and sometimes beyond over singlemode fibre--to address demands for growing capacity in network access, edge and enterprise campus applications.