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Applying the ebu r128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures

@inproceedings{Hjlund2017ApplyingTE,
  title={Applying the ebu r128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures},
  author={M. H{\o}jlund and M. Riis and D. Rothmann and Jonas R. Kirkegaard},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2017}
}
This paper describes the development of a loudness-based compressor for live audio streams. The need for this device arose while developing the public sound art project The Overheard, which involves mixing together several live audio streams through a web based mixing interface. In order to preserve a natural sounding dynamic image from the varying sound sources that can be played back under varying conditions, an adaptation of the EBU R128 loudness measurement recommendation, originally… Expand
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