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Crockett Brett Graham, Seefeldt Alan Jeffrey: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, Crockett Brett Graham, Seefeldt Alan Jeffrey, sGALLAGHER Thomas A, November 8, 2007: WO/2007/127023 (67 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modification s are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events ...


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Brett Graham Crockett, Alan Jeffrey Seefeldt: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, March 27, 2012: US08144881 (43 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modifications are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events b ...


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Brett Graham Crockett, Alan Jeffrey Seefeldt: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, April 23, 2013: US08428270 (25 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modifications are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events. In another aspect, an input channel is divided into auditory events by detecting changes in a measurable characteristic of the input signal with respect to time.


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Brett Graham Crockett, Alan Seefeldt: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, September 15, 2015: US09136810 (11 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modifications are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events b ...


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Crockett Brett Graham, Seefeldt Alan Jeffrey: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Lab Licensing, Chen Wei, Li Chunhui, May 13, 2009: CN200780014742 (7 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modification s are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events ...


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Crockett Brett Graham, Seefeldt Alan Jeffrey: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Laboratories Licensing, January 12, 2009: KR1020087029070 (7 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modification s are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events ...


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Crockett Brett Graham, Seefeldt Alan Jeffrey: Audio gain control using specific-loudness-based auditory event detection. Dolby Lab Licensing, January 7, 2009: EP2011234-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

In one disclosed aspect, dynamic gain modification s are applied to an audio signal at least partly in response to auditory events and/or the degree of change in signal characteristics associated with said auditory event boundaries. In another aspect, an audio signal is divided into auditory events ...


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Royce A Levien, Richard T Lord, Robert W Lord, Mark A Malamud, John D Rinaldo Jr, Lowell L Wood Jr: Unmanned device interaction methods and systems. Elwha, August 15, 2017: US09733644 (3 worldwide citation)

Structures and protocols are presented for configuring an unmanned aerial device to participate in the performance of tasks, for using data resulting from such a configuration or performance, or for facilitating other interactions with such devices.


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Lie Lu, Jun Wang, Alan Seefeldt, Mingqing Hu: Equalizer controller and controlling method. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, April 11, 2017: US09621124 (2 worldwide citation)

Equalizer controller and controlling method are disclosed. In one embodiment, an equalizer controller includes an audio classifier for identifying the audio type of an audio signal in real time; and an adjusting unit for adjusting an equalizer in a continuous manner based on the confidence value of ...