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Dynamic Range Control via Metadata
Many new digital audio formats allow wide dynamic range transmission and reproduction obviating the need for source compression. In some listening environments a means for reducing the dynamic range becomes necessary. Other format features, such as multichannel programs, add additional dynamic range control requirements. This paper describes the requirements and a solution for a dynamic range control system.
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