Re: [linux-audio-user] Linux music editor, greater than 32-bit ?

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Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 - 11:44 am

Hi Paul and all (that rhymes :-),

2007/2/27, Paul Winkler :

I stand corrected, my numbers where from my physics-book which states
that 120dB is the "Schmerzgrenze" and 0dB is the slightest whisper
human ear can hear. Problem is that these values vary on the frequency
so there is a correction curve standardised(?) in some A-something
paper so these corrected values for the human ear are called db(A)...

Otherwise these logarithmic power- and pressure-levels are bubbling my
mind and if I don't stop thinking about theme, I will get even more
screws loose in my head.

So, for the archives and the record and Paul, don't trust the words I
said, I don't really have a clue. At least not good enough to do an
argument.

Happy coding and musing(?),

Arnold
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Re: [linux-audio-user] Linux music editor, greater than 32-b..., Arnold Krille, (Wed Feb 28, 11:44 am)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Linux music editor, greater than 32-b..., Thomas Vecchione, (Thu Feb 22, 10:51 pm)