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  • (acoustics) The condition of having an equal weight of different instruments and/or voices so no one instrument or voice overpowers the others. A mix is considered to be "balanced" when all of the sounds can be heard clearly and no one sound dominates the rest (exception: when there is a lead instrument or vocalist, they will typically be louder than the others).
    Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary
  • (geology)
    Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
  1. The counterpoise or weight attached by cable to the drum of a winding engine to balance the weight of the cage and hoisting cable and thus assist the engine in lifting the load out of the shaft. Fay
  2. An instrument for weighing. Fay
  3. See: assay balance; balance pit.
  4. A beam device specif. designed and calibrated to determine specific gravity by weighing methods, as in determining the specific gravity of drilling mud. Long

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