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"Sparkle"

post #1 of 5
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I was wondering if someone can define the term sparkle to me.

post #2 of 5
I think that it is a term that is misused by many here...

Webster says:

spar·kle\ˈspär-kəl\
intransitive verb
1 a : to throw out sparks
b : to give off or reflect bright moving points of light
c : to perform brilliantly
2 : effervesce
3 : to become lively or animated
transitive verb
: to cause to glitter or shine
synonyms see flash
Other forms: spar·kled; spar·kling\-k(ə-)liŋ\
spar·kly \-k(ə-)lē\ adjective

And there you have it.

Jim
post #3 of 5

isn't "sparkle" the accurate sound produced by clashing cymbals and high vocals?

post #4 of 5

The Sparkle term mostely use here reffer to highs(extended details include extention or bright).......

post #5 of 5

Sparkle refers to that high frequency shimmering sound instruments like cymbals make. Sparkle indicates excellent treble extension and detail. Listen to a pair of TF10's. They've got one of the most abundant treble sparkle and detail I've ever heard.

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