Imagine an area in which there are multiple high-power sound wave emitters (speakers, transducers, etc.) that are placed and tuned to destructively and constructively interfere with each other such that a radius from the emitters is an "dome" whose shell is a concentrated resonant frequency. The frequency that exists at the "shell" is capable of pulverizing or breaking up anything that moves into it. Tricky part: the center area around the emitters, and for some distance around them, does not affect anything negatively.
The question is: is the above design theoretically possible, under the assumption that there is enough power necessary to drive the emitters and as many emitters as necessary?