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



Sound from a loudspeaker picked up by the microphone feeding it, and re-amplified out the same loudspeaker only to return to the same microphone to be re-amplified again resulting in a loud whistle or rumble heard emanating from the speaker.

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

1. process at which his result influences his primordial parameters 2. resonant excitation of a sound from a microphone or elecrtric instrument brought to a loudspeaker

обратная связь / заводка фона при звуковой петле

1. процесс, при котором его результат влияет на его же изначальные параметры 2. резонансное возбуждение звука от подносимого к динамику микрофона или электроинструмента

Phonetic representation of the term:

[obratnaya svyaz' / zavodka fona pri zvukovoi petle]

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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