soundstage

noun
sound·stage | \ˈsau̇n(d)-ˌstāj \

Definition of soundstage 

: the part of a motion-picture studio in which a production is filmed

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The soundstage, for instance, is not particularly wide or enveloping — that’s one of the strengths of the luxury segment of the headphones market. Vlad Savov, The Verge, "Audio-Technica R70x review: the definition of neutral headphones," 6 July 2018 The Anixter Center honored Cinespace Film Studios co-founder and CEO Alexander Pissios during its seventh annual Benefit for Ability held at one of the movie studio’s soundstages. Candace Jordan, chicagotribune.com, "Anixter Center honors Cinespace's Alex Pissios at Benefit for Ability," 9 May 2018 As rendered using green screens and soundstages, the pack trapping the ships is subtly off-kilter, a maze of ice laid out in alien geometries. Asher Elbein, The Atlantic, "The Terror Is More Than a Chilling Monster Show," 1 May 2018 Tucked in the emerald backlands of Fayetteville, Georgia, inside a cavernous soundstage at Pinewood Studios, Mara Brock-Akil is in full field marshall mode. Jason Parham, WIRED, "How Oprah’s Network Finally Found Its Voice," 19 June 2018 Stargazer Films focuses on independent feature films produced entirely on location rather than in soundstages. Kirby Adams, The Courier-Journal, "Talent director behind movie shooting in Louisville wants to cast you," 6 June 2018 This 60-ft tall blue screen, and in the middle of the soundstage was this one tiny set. Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter, "'Upgrade' Director Leigh Whannell on Box Office Pressures and Visiting 'Aquaman' Set," 1 June 2018 Which means round-the-clock cleanup duty for their handlers, armed with paper towels and plastic bags on the sidelines of the miniature Dog Bowl field on a cavernous Manhattan soundstage, where the special was taped in mid-October. Patrick Ryan, USA TODAY, "Exclusive: Animal Planet starts 'Dog Bowl,' a new breed of football game," 4 Jan. 2018 Sources of sound are also neatly and accurately reproduced, with the Hugo rendering a realistic and generously wide soundstage. Vlad Savov, The Verge, "The Chord Hugo 2 is the worst kind of audiophile equipment," 24 Apr. 2018

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1931, in the meaning defined above

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