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Timbre Solfege: A Course in Technical Listening for Sound Engineers
A special course in technical listening called timbre solfege has been developed and introduced in the Sound Engineering Department at the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland. Timbre solfege deals with various aspects of subjective evaluation of sound. The course program, which has been designed for training sound engineers, is described.
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