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Loudness Domain Signal Processing
Loudness Domain Signal Processing (LDSP) is a new framework within which many useful audio processing tasks may be achieved with high quality results. The LDSP framework presented here involves first transforming audio into a perceptual representation utilizing a psychoacoustic model of loudness perception. This model maps the non-linear variation in loudness perception with signal frequency and level into a domain where loudness perception across frequency and time is represented on a uniform scale. As such, this domain is ideal for performing various loudness modification tasks such as volume control, automatic leveling, etc. These modifications may be performed in a modular and sequential manner, and the resulting modified perceptual representation is then inverted through the psychoacoustic loudness model to produce the final processed audio.
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