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Subjective Tests on Audio Mix Dedicated to MP3 Coding

Over the past years the Internet has become very popular as a means of distributing audio. MP3 coded audio is present in the Internet, in a bus, in the broadcast. Sound engineers agree, that there can often be a lack of control over the downstream processing that is applied to final material. The aim of the presented work is to compare audio mixes dedicated to CD format and converted to MP3 format with MP3-dedicated productions and to evaluate them.

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