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The term "wall of sound" is used as a descriptor for a "thick" or loud sound, often as part of a piece of music.

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  1. A popular music production technique, developed in the 1960s, in which a number of musicians perform the same instruments/parts in unison and the resulting sound is re-recorded in an echo chamber.
  2. A densely layered sound, often a piece of music.

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