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Course series: Fundamentals of acoustics for sound engineers and music producers
Level: undergraduate (Bachelor)
Language: English
Revision: January 2020
To cite this course: Alexis Baskind, Psychoacoustics 2 - Perception of Loudness
course material, license: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA.
Course content:
1.Introduction
limits of the Weber-Fechner law
2.Absolute threshold of hearing
Definition of the threshold of hearing – effect of age
3.Equal-loudness contours
Introduction to phons and sones – Definition of the equal-loudness contours – the phon – isophones – loudness correction – Limitations of equal-loudness contours
4.Loudness – the Sone
Definition of the sone scale – mapping of volume faders
5.Loudness and duration
Effect of duration on loudness
6.Complex sounds – Simultaneous masking
Loudness summation – Critical Bands – Simultaneous Masking – consequence for mixing
7.Just-noticeable differences for loudness
Definition and order of magnitude of the just-noticeable difference for loudness
8.Estimating loudness
Frequency weighting – dBA, dBB, dBC
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Visit https://alexisbaskind.net/teaching for a full interactive version of this course with sound and video material, as well as more courses and material. Course series: Fundamentals of acoustics for sound engineers and music producers Level: undergraduate (Bachelor) Language: English Revision: January 2020 To cite this course: Alexis Baskind, Psychoacoustics 2 - Perception of Loudness course material, license: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA. Course content: 1.Introduction limits of the Weber-Fechner law 2.Absolute threshold of hearing Definition of the threshold of hearing – effect of age 3.Equal-loudness contours Introduction to phons and sones – Definition of the equal-loudness contours – the phon – isophones – loudness correction – Limitations of equal-loudness contours 4.Loudness – the Sone Definition of the sone scale – mapping of volume faders 5.Loudness and duration Effect of duration on loudness 6.Complex sounds – Simultaneous masking Loudness summation – Critical Bands – Simultaneous Masking – consequence for mixing 7.Just-noticeable differences for loudness Definition and order of magnitude of the just-noticeable difference for loudness 8.Estimating loudness Frequency weighting – dBA, dBB, dBC
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