Dynamic Range (noun)
Also spelled or known as: Dynamic-Range
What does Dynamic Range mean?
The number of decibels (dB) between the highest and the lowest point in a track’s amplitude.
Dynamic Range is the number of decibels (dB) between the highest point in the tracks’ amplitude and the lowest point. Low differences mean a lower dynamic range, while a higher difference means a higher dynamic range.
Dynamic Range synonyms: Dynamics
Example sentence: “Do you know the dynamic range on it?”
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