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Applying the EBU R128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures

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Applying the EBU R128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures. / Højlund, Marie Koldkjær; Riis, Morten S.; Rothmann, Daniel; Kirkegaard, Jonas R. .

In: NIME Proceedings, Vol. 2017, 2017, p. 420-25.

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Højlund MK, Riis MS, Rothmann D, Kirkegaard JR. 2017. Applying the EBU R128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures. NIME Proceedings. 2017:420-25.

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Højlund MK, Riis MS, Rothmann D, Kirkegaard JR. Applying the EBU R128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures. NIME Proceedings. 2017;2017:420-25.

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Højlund, Marie Koldkjær ; Riis, Morten S. ; Rothmann, Daniel ; Kirkegaard, Jonas R. . / Applying the EBU R128 loudness standard in live-streaming sound sculptures. In: NIME Proceedings. 2017 ; Vol. 2017. pp. 420-25.

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