Russian National Centre of OISTAT: Digital Theatre Words ProjectRussian Theatre Life in Brief / Rtlb.ru

Sound

distortion

Anything that alters a pure input signal in any way other than changing its size such as an undesirable audio result of overloading sound equipment.

Reverse translation / may also mean in the other language†(?):

1. Anything that alters a pure input signal in any way other than changing its size such as an undesirable audio result of overloading sound equipment. 2. sound effect adding distinctive УharshФ timbre to the sounding instrument (RU)

искажение (сигнала) / дисторшн, звуковой эффект

1. нарушение заданных характеристик сигнала при его обработке и передаче 2. звуковой эффект, придающий характерный "жесткий" тембр звучанию инструмента

Phonetic representation of the term:

[iskazhenie (signala) / distorshn, zvukovoi effekt]

Digital Theatre Words (DTW) is a global project undertaken by OISTAT that many contributors and volunteers are working on.
The following people helped translate DTW terms into Russian:
Alexander Popov, Dmitry Osipenko, Ekaterina Barysheva, Ekaterina Dunaevskaya, Elena Drevaleva, Elizaveta Bomash, Igor Drevalev, Natalia Raitarovskaya, Pavel Shishin, and Ekaterina, Nika, author nicknamed 'dt'.

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