|Create Date||September 9, 2014|
|Last Updated||July 29, 2015|
In all areas, audio production must break lose from peak level measurement and from peak level normalisation. Also, studios have cover sample peak meters with gaffer tape.
This whitepaper is about getting well sounding audio safely distributed to mobile platforms, and not about producing lowest common denominator requirements. What makes predictable transmission possible at all is a new broadcast standard where loudness and not peak level takes centre stage.
The world cornerstone is ITU-R BS.1770-3 which works across genres, across platforms, and regardless if linear audio or a wide range of lossy data reduction codecs is employed in parts of the signal-chain.
|Audio for Mobile, TV, iPad and iPod|