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Audio Evaluation in Modern Listening Contexts

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[Feature] Prominent among the themes of papers on audio perception presented at the 145th AES Convention was the topic of loudness in music listening, including the effects of hyper-compression, and whether one can reduce listening levels without people noticing. Another important topic area was the growing area of virtual reality and mobile listening and the ways in which auditory and visual stimuli interact.

JAES Volume 67 Issue 4 pp. 228-232; April 2019
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