Definition of Loudness. Meaning of Loudness. Synonyms of Loudness

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Definition of Loudness

Loudness
Loudness Loud"ness, n. The quality or state of being loud.

Meaning of Loudness from wikipedia

- (Zwicker loudness), DIN 45631 and ASA/ANSI S3.4, have a more general scope and are often used to characterize loudness of environmental noise. Loudness, a subjective...
- The loudness war (or loudness race) refers to the trend of increasing audio levels in recorded music, which reduces audio fidelity, and according to many...
- equal-loudness contour is a measure of sound pressure (dB SPL), over the frequency spectrum, for which a listener perceives a constant loudness when presented...
- further the ****anese fanbase of Loudness. After the release of the single "Slap in the Face", Vescera left Loudness during their 1991 American tour,...
- Loud most commonly refers to: Loudness, the subjective quality of sound of great intensity Loud may also refer to: Loud (Half ****anese album), 1981 Loud...
- objective loudness in another piece, or even a different section of the same piece. The execution of dynamics also extends beyond loudness to include...
- in Loudness (1989) Loudest (1991) Loudest Ballads (1991) Loud 'N' Rare (1991) Best Songs (1995) Masters of Loudness (1996) Very Best of Loudness (1997)...
- signal level present in the recording. Loudness normalization adjusts the recording based on perceived loudness. Normalization differs from dynamic range...
- The loudness compensation feature (often just labelled loudness) applies equalization and is intended to rectify this situation. Correct loudness compensation...
- negative phon levels. The equal-loudness contours are a way of mapping the dB SPL of a pure tone to the perceived loudness level (LN) in phons. These are...
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