Acoustic resonance  

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"De Natura Sonorum was made by modifying all the resonances of the attacks (resonances are electronic, attacks are acoustic). That take millions of hours in the analogic studio. Besides the technical part, De Natura Sonorum is really the masterpiece of electroacoustic music." --Matías Couriel[1]

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The term "acoustic resonance" is sometimes used to narrow mechanical resonance to the frequency range of human hearing, but since acoustics is defined in general terms concerning vibrational waves in matter, acoustic resonance can occur at frequencies outside the range of human hearing.

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