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Loudness Revisited

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[Feature] It is a feature of modern life that things are loud, but action can be taken to limit the effects of loudness competition in audio-related services. During the 137th Convention, experts from around the world gathered to debate what is being done to control excessive loudness and deal with problems of dialog intelligibility in consumer systems and the cinema.

JAES Volume 62 Issue 12 pp. 906-910; December 2014
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