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Loudness , Its Definition , Measurement and Calculation

@inproceedings{MVNSO2004LoudnessI,
  title={Loudness , Its Definition , Measurement and Calculation},
  author={W. A. MVNSO and Bell Laboratories},
  year={2004}
}
  • W. A. MVNSO, Bell Laboratories
  • Published 2004
  • OUDNESS is a psychological term Used to describe the magnitude of an auditory sensation. Although we use the terms "very loud," "loud," "moderately loud," "soft" and "very soft," corresponding to the musical notations if, f, m f, p, and pp, to define the magnitude, it is evident that these terms are not at all precise and depend upon the experience, the auditory acuity, and the customs of the persons using them. If loudness depended only upon the intensity of the sound wave producing the… CONTINUE READING
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