Fletcher Munson – A little help from science! Bitwig 2 Tutorials | Video



In this video, we have a look at how Fletch-Munson and the Equal loudness curve can help us in writing or performing music! …Especially Bitwig 2 style!
I’m sarcastically not so optimistic about the future…
And I scare you with a graph that will have zero impact on your life depending on how you look at it!
Enjoy!

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  1. I disagree with your comments on loudness in modern music – yes it is the status quo to make music loud as all hell in mixing and mastering, but it is not a necessity. I think the loudness war is a downright shame because to me it's destroying the sound quality of music. But the good thing is, these days most people listen to music on Spotify and Apple Music, both of which use loudness management, which is basically an automated level matching system that ensures that all music on the platform comes out at roughly the same perceived loudness. Not only that, but if you think about it, people don't care if your music isn't super loud (and they never really have) because as long as it has fairly controlled dynamics, they can just turn up the volume on their playback device if they feel it's not loud enough for them. I mean there was a study which proved that there is no correlation between perceived loudness and the sales of music. And thanks to this loudness management we're already seeing more and more artists releasing quite dynamic music. Just look at Random Access Memories by Daft Punk, that album was very dynamic by modern standards, and it went freaking platinum – and no one complained that it wasn't loud enough. Even Avenged Sevenfold, a metal band, has started releasing quite dynamic music, and their fans love it. Anyway, I'll stop ranting now.

  2. OK – that was really funny – like seriously – you were entertaining enough that I sat through 30 minutes of you talking about a graph. Btw – you were right. It is 2 guys that made the graph. Harvey Fletcher and Wilden A. Munson. Your videos are really amazing – thanks once again. I watch one or 2 a day. Started with your oldest and this is how far I've made it.

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