This article describes one of the most fundamental changes in the history of audio in broadcasting: the change of the levelling paradigm from peak normalisation to loudness normalisation.
The change from peak normalisaitonto loudness normalisation is vital to address a major source of irritation for television and radio audiences.
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Russian version of this EBU Technical Review article  - Special thanks to EBU Member RTR.