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If It's Loud, Does That Mean It's Bad?

[Feature] A broadcast mini conference within last year’s AES 123rd Convention, chaired by David Bialik, highlighted the important issue of how to control and measure loudness. This led to a discussion of ways that listener fatigue can arise and what might cause it.

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JAES Volume 56 Issue 6 pp. 493-498; June 2008
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