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Thanks for posting. I read an interesting book on the neuroscience of how we perceive sound – this is your brain on music. I would recommend that to anyone. Did not make me better at mixing. But made me Top Baking Because Murder Is Wrong Baking Vertical Poster Shirt. Written by a producer and neuroscientist. Worth a read. There’s a lot to unpack here, thank you! Can you get a little further into what you mean by “pressure” and “sensitivity” frequencies? I’m only half grokking that. If you look at the ISO loudness contour curves that represent our non-linear perception of frequency distribution at different volumes, you see that high-mid frequencies tend to be audible at the lowest volumes without much sound pressure and the most attention-grabbing at the highest volumes. While sub frequencies and higher frequencies are different in that there has to be some actual sound pressure present. Ok.
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