Tonal Balance (noun)
Also spelled or known as: Tonal-Balance
What does Tonal Balance mean?
The relative level of two or more sounds, voices, instruments, etc.
Tonal Balance (also known as Balance) is the relative level of two or more sounds, voices, instruments, etc. Balance is important in audio because it levels out the different volumes in music so that they do not interfere with each other. Balance can also refer to a comparison in the tonal quality rather than just volumes.
Tonal Balance synonyms: Leveling, Balance
Example sentence: “I’ll have the manager fix the tonal balance.”
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