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Musical mixes are typically created with normal-hearing listeners’ preferences in mind. How do the preferences of listeners with hearing impairment differ, though? In this episode, we talk to Aravindan Joseph Benjamin and Kai Siedenburg (University of Oldenburg) about their recent article, which explores how various spectrum- and level-based mixing transforms might be altered to cater to listeners with different hearing abilities.
Associated paper: Aravindan Joseph Benjamin and Kai Siedenburg. "Exploring level- and spectrum-based music mixing transforms for hearing-impaired listeners." The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 154, 1048 (2023); https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0020269.
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