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Radio Studio Acoustics Part 2: Correlation of Objective Measurements with Subjective Assessment

A subjective evaluation was made of the acoustic quality of 12 small- to medium-sized acoustic spaces used for radio production and presentation. Correlation analysis was used to relate the results from that evaluation to measured objective acoustical parameters of those rooms. The results suggest that low early reverberation time at lower frequencies is of high importance to listeners, and that listeners prefer consistent reverberation time in all bands from 125 Hz upwards.

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