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Assessment of the Pertinence of Perceived Attributes for Listening Tests

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One major problem that arises during listening tests is the question of the meaning of attributes used to characterize perception: everyone actually has an opinion about these attributes. Subjective listening tests were organized which showed that despite this, attributes-such as coloration, clarity and presence-were very meaningful and truly reflected impressions strongly connected with the audio contents of tests signals. : : e

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