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The Most Appropriate Method of Producing TV Program Audio Focusing on the Audience

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When audiences watch TV programs, they often perceive a difference in audio levels. This is a real annoyance for the audience and it is caused by differences in program audio. In order to have equal audio levels, it is necessary to produce audio under the same conditions for all programs. To solve this problem, we propose a method to produce TV program audio. We make clear the manner in which different monitoring levels influence mixing balance at various mixing stages. This proposal also describes management of audio levels for programs with different digital broadcasting head rooms.

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