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Question: I'm comparing my renders from different Daws with same settings. When I make null test, phase difference between renders is around -70 db which is pretty low..I also can't hear any differences in my listening tests at different SPLs and on different systems. How can I make sure that other people also can't hear that,too? Is there a definiton for "inaudible by human ear" while comparing sound differences? Regards
Asked by mehmethan disbudak (95.14.32.x) on June 16 2020, 2:23am
Reply on June 16 2020, 9:57pm:
    Not sure, it probably depends a lot on what the -70dB is and what the signal is...

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