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Decibels(dB) work in a logarithmic scale. Every 10dB is perceived as twice as loud as the as the previous - thus 60dB is heard as twice the level of 50dB. (SPL doubles every 3dB) This being the case, it can safely be said that 90dB will be perceived as twice the level of your 80dB background noise. The finer details will be up to you depending on how far ...


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Here's what I think is happening: The clip that shows louder after merging is louder before merging. With only your screen grabs to go on, it looks like the individual files are rendering and image of the waveform they contain so that it's the best fit for the box they're show in. This means that there's no visual difference between the loud clip and the ...


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