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Normalization (noun)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /nor-mah-li-zay-tion/

What does Normalization mean?

The process of increasing or decreasing the amplitude of a sound so the highest peak hits 0dB, or a specified target level.

Normalization is the process of increasing or decreasing the amplitude of a sound so the highest peak hits 0dB, or a specified target level. Normalization can be used to standardize the loudness of audio samples.

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