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Listening Tests and Perception Research

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Papers and e-Briefs presented at the Fall 2020 Convention contained some interesting highlights in the domain of listening tests and perception research. Here we summarize six papers, two of which deal with software for running listening tests, three with the loudness of music and dialog, and the related impact of hearing impairment, and one on the masking effects of phantom sources.

JAES Volume 69 Issue 6 pp. 433-438; June 2021
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