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sound effects

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Media
sound effectsˈsound efˌfects noun [plural]  TCBAMsounds produced artificially for a radio or television programme, a film etc
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sound effectsInside lurk 211 wide-ranging drum and percussion sounds, 30 sound effects and nine bass sounds.With modern commentary and sound effects.Joe Meek's futuristic sound effects made Telstar Britain's most successful pop instrumental.The props - ruins, guns, sound effects - were always there.Voice over Music ending on sound effects.Taping your own sound effects is another interesting part of video movie making: it can become almost a hobby in itself.Special sound effects were still a problem though.
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