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Recordings have nothing to do with distortion at different playback sound pressure levels (spl). That would be more of a function of your ability to hear and overloading of the amp/speakers.
Does the overall "start" of the loudness war coincide with listening habits or music trends?Meaning, if it started "X" amount of years ago, what was the music like at that time an/or how were people listening? MP3s on iPod'd earbuds? Styles of music at that time? Etc.
What I am curious is when the loudness started, and what music or trend was associated with it? Obviously, something made the engineers do this. Why?On a side note, I think people are to worried about sound quality and don't just enjoy the music at hand. At least my personal view is that most modern music does not interest me (on an art level) but when I do find something I like I enjoy it to the max (not caring about sound quality).
I suspect it may be auto-tune on the vocals, though I don't really know what that sounds like, but it is some form of compression.
That song is annoying and overplayed.So, we can blame her for ruining today's music?
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