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Comments for "Loudness War" Dynamic Range Compression & The DR Database - Observations

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  1.   #1
    venomizer's Avatar
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    a SHAME no one answered so far... good I came back to the forum... I will read your artice asap ... see you!
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    [I]very nice statistical work you did[/I]... again be thanked in the name of "dynamophile" music listeners ... :-)

    why not have a look at my own modest database using the Ber-SD ClippingAnalyzer, which is a very fine, imho [B]more [/B]useful tool for analysing clipping and dynamic content of audio files...

    [url=http://www.ventura-audio.de/Clipping_and_Loudness_Database_EN.html]Clipping and Loudness Database[/url]

    general information on fighting the loudness war in my own way:

    [url=http://www.ventura-audio.de/the_music_disease.html]the music disease[/url]


    All the best!
    Felix
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    Felix,

    Thanks for your interest and comments. I'm also digesting your applications and links to plugins for DR analysis and processing.

    The simple statistical analyses that I performed for this article were meant to be self-explanatory and easy to defend since I find the tendency for skeptics to hold pre-formed opinions to be fact very strongly in this area. The histogram is one example of simple statistical tool that I find that works well for this subject.

    Regards,
    Chris
     
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    [QUOTE=Cask05;4051810]Felix,

    Thanks for your interest and comments. I'm also digesting your applications and links to plugins for DR analysis and processing.

    The simple statistical analyses that I performed for this article were meant to be self-explanatory and easy to defend since I find the tendency for skeptics to hold pre-formed opinions to be fact very strongly in this area. The histogram is one example of simple statistical tool that I find that works well for this subject.

    Regards,
    Chris[/QUOTE]

    Hi Chris!

    Yes, this is really very nice work, there are NOT too many people doing things like that for non-profit actually... if you need that one *.dll, PN me...

    one can nicely see hao the discrepancy between CD / LP developed ... you could even make a scientific paper out of this (believe me I'm a natural scientist ;-)) hehe...

    after all I came back to this topic after a (personally related) break for almost two years...

    I just want to show you that appreciation for your effort... and so on... we will see, what comes next...

    thanks a lot for your reply!

    Felix
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  5.   #5
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    You know what... We will write that b**** down :D ... my contribution would be "an attempt for regaining dynamics of a typical modern hot master", I already did blind listening tests with ~15 persons :D ...hehe

    besides I already published some papers... elsewhere..., cheers ;-)
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    I updated the section on "Vinyl vs. Digital" to reflect the results of an interesting experiment by a noted audio mastering engineer in the U.K. on the phenomenon of higher DR values for vinyl record tracks:

    "[EDIT 27 Sept. 2014] See [URL="http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/is-the-dr-database-really-accurate-for-vinyl.330706/page-11#post-9481216"]http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/thread...1#post-9481216[/URL] for an alternative explanation of this phenomenon." based on the following video made by that same mastering engineer: [url=http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/is-the-dr-database-really-accurate-for-vinyl.330706/]Is the DR database really accurate for vinyl? | Steve Hoffman Music Forums[/url]
     
  7.   #7
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    ;-) oh... [B]thanks[/B]! Dennis and me were also quite busy... lol... wait I'll get the links quickly...

    [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF7ZPKDTs8E]Lana Del Rey, soundcheck orig vs vinyl & declipped - YouTube[/url]

    so nice of him making that video... and inventing the term "[B]SnowWhite edition[/B]" [I]hohoho [/I];-)

    1) CDA 2) Vinyl 3) CDA declipped 4) SnowWhite edition .... enjoy !!
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