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Audio is easily and meaningfully perceived by the -global- subjective human mind and comprehended simultaneously. A similar -meaning- can be obtained in the objective world of measurements if, as in the human mind, a reasonable amount of -local- objective measurements are simultaneously considered and weighed. No single measurement is sufficient. Today there are already six -measuring domains- that strongly correlate to the subjective perception of audio. These will be discussed in the paper.
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