A case study of cultural influences on mixing preference — Targeting Japanese Acoustic Major Students

Toshiki Tajima, Kazuhiko Kawahara

研究成果: Contribution to conferencePaper査読

抄録

There is no clear rule in the process of mixing in popular music production, so even with the same music materials, different mix engineers may arrive at a completely different mix. In order to solve this highly multidimensional problem, some listening experiments of mixing preference have been conducted in Europe and North America in previous studies. In this study, additional experiments targeting Japanese major students in the field of acoustics were conducted in an acoustically treated listening room, and we integrated the data with previous ones and analyzed them together. The result showed a tendency for both British students and Japanese students to prefer (or dislike) the same engineers’ works. Furthermore, an analysis of verbal descriptions for mixing revealed that they gave most attention to similar listening points, such as “vocal,” and “reverb.”

本文言語英語
出版ステータス出版済み - 2019
イベント147th Audio Engineering Society International Convention 2019 - New York, 米国
継続期間: 10 16 201910 19 2019

会議

会議147th Audio Engineering Society International Convention 2019
Country米国
CityNew York
Period10/16/1910/19/19

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Acoustics and Ultrasonics

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