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The Futility of Quantifying Subjective Audio Measurements
Audio scientists and engineers have labored for years to obtain values and quantities for the various elements comprising human hearing perception. This paper provides evidence indicating that these efforts are a waste of time. Artists' argue that science can never fully describe the nature of art is essentially correct, insofar as a complete description of perception is not possible.
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