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[Feature] Perceptual models and computational predictions based on metrics are increasingly used to evaluate sound quality. An alternative might be to measure listeners’ brain waves to get a more objective view of their responses to different qualities of sound. Applications of these technologies in hearing aid design, room acoustics, and automotive audio were discussed in papers presented at the AES 38th International Conference.

JAES Volume 58 Issue 10 pp. 853-858; October 2010
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