Process For Adjusting The Sound Volume Of A Digital Sound Recording

  • Published: Apr 14, 2009
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The present invention relates to a process for adjusting the sound volume of a digital sound recording characterised in that it comprises: a step consisting of determining, in absolute values, for a recording, the maximum amplitude values for sound frequencies audible for the human ear, a step consisting of calculating the possible gain for a specified sound level setting, between the maximum amplitude value determined above and the maximum amplitude value for all frequencies combined, a step consisting of reproducing the recording with a sound card by automatically adjusting the amplification gain level making it possible to obtain a sound level for the recording of a specified value so that it corresponds to the gain calculated for this recording.

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  • Publication: Apr 14, 2009
  • Application: Jul 31, 2006
    US US 49562006 A
  • Priority: Jul 31, 2006
    US US 49562006 A
  • Priority: Jun 1, 2000
    US US 58386400 A
  • Priority: Feb 16, 2000
    FR FR 0001905 A

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