Turn it up! Dynamic Range Day – March 16th

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Dynamic Range Day is back on the 16th March.

As well as various meet-ups and campaigns, they have some fascinatimg research on whether listeners really prefer loud music and are setting a challenge to anyone in the business. They are also running a very simple competition to raise awareness. Prizes include a pair of Bowers & Wilkins CM1 speakers.

If you don’t know what Dynamic Range Day is or what the loudness war is all about or why Justin Bieber is louder than AC/DC, watch this simple video and visit their site.

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