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Re: Perceived Loudness
Yes, there are a large number of options ... if you use Google Code
Search, you will find some of the freely available psychoacoustics code
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 02:48:10PM -0400, Tarun Pruthi wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is a program to give you a measure of the
> perceived loudness of an arbitrary input signal (speech or tone or anything
> else)? Or does it have to be done by perceptual experiments? In my current
> scenario, I was trying to listen to two different utterances (isolated words
> in this case) to figure out if they were equally loud or one was louder than
> the other.
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