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Old 12th July 2020, 07:09 PM   #71
mterbekke is offline mterbekke  Netherlands
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Originally Posted by edbarx View Post
An objective measurement requires the use of a physical objective unit.
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Old 12th July 2020, 10:07 PM   #72
Richard Ellis is offline Richard Ellis  Argentina
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An objective unit is a number...no critical endeavour used "that's about right", or, "that feels about right".

The guidance systems aboard Apollo didn't apply numbers that were "about", or "close enough"...granted, we have margins, ranges, but when we apply indistinct attributes we're not exacting.
No doubt there are attributes within music that "sound" different, but that merely shows us that we have not yet discovered a metric system yet to differentiate the differences.

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