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September 19, 2018

View loudness and peak information while playing a song on Spotify

Spotify is now more dynamic than ever! Well... not as such, but you know what I mean!

The Spotify team has recently made some changes on the loudness / volume normalisation feature.

In the past it was a fixed setting that the user could not change apart from choosing...

September 5, 2017

In my recent test on the Spotify loudness normalization I was (once again) reminded about that there is a limiter in their signal chain.

The "word on the street" has always been that it was set at -0.1 dBFS or 0 dB but after I discovered that Spotify had dropped their...

I was talking to my friend Ian Stewart (http://ianstewartmusic.us/blog) recently and we discovered that we had both been playing around with the same idea which was to find a solution to calculate Replay Gain measurements to predict how much (and how) Spotify would adj...

This is huge. I noticed this ca. 2 days ago. The level seems to have dropped very close to the iTunes or Tidal standard. Ca. -14 LUFS ... give or take. I'll do some measurements and update this post when I've got some numbers.

Update nr. 1:
Seems to be targeted to ca....

March 28, 2017

Someone put up this playlist on Youtube to test Youtube's Loudness Normalization settings.

Despite the wrong LUFS figures in the descriptions of the videos (they are ca. 1-2 LU/dB off) then it does proof that Youtube TURNS DOWN louder material to ca. -12.5 LUFS. Youtube...

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