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Music as a Source of Acoustic Trauma

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Earlier investigations reported by the authors generated considerable interest and comment. One comment, though hardly the most significant, offered a unique challenge -The Desire to Know.- The comment simply stated questioned the right to single out rock & roll as the sole musical cause for acoustic TRAUMA-and many further stated -live symphony music is equally severe.- The reader is invited to verify the findings contained in the paper presented herein.

JAES Volume 17 Issue 5 pp. 535-538; October 1969
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