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Valid Comparisons: Conducting Software & Hardware Listening Tests
Focusing on testing specifics for software as well as hardware including loudspeakers, microphones, cables, preamps and more.
By Ethan Winer • April 11, 2019

In Part 1 of this article, I outlined how to conduct useful listening tests. Now we’ll look at testing specifics, beginning with software.

The easiest type of listening test to set up is comparing two music files in a multitrack digital audio workstation (DAW) program. Put the files on separate tracks and then link the track solo (or mute) buttons while they’re in alternate states, so clicking either button instantly toggles between tracks A and B.

These are just some of the things that can be compared using DAW software...

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