An approach to assess loudness and dynamics with Web Audio native nodes

@inproceedings{Zimmer2017AnAT,
  title={An approach to assess loudness and dynamics with Web Audio native nodes},
  author={Sebastian Zimmer},
  year={2017}
}
Music content providers on the Internet like YouTube1, Spotify2 or Apple Music3, as well as a range of software playback systems like the media player “foobar2000”4 have a loudness normalization feature to match a series of diverse audio tracks in overall loudness. This is done to keep perceived volume differences between audio tracks as low as possible. Thus, it is important for music producers, especially mastering engineers, to master audio tracks with a particular amount of dynamic range… CONTINUE READING

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