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Determining Noise Criteria for Recording Environments

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A new noise-level criterion and measurement technique, tempered by the effect of home-listening-room noise, is used to predict the audibility of the noise levels in a number of recording facilities. It is shown that NC, PNC, or RC methods are not accurate enough in assessing noise audibility, given the high cost of creating very quiet environments.

JAES Volume 40 Issue 5 pp. 384-402; May 1992
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