K-system

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This article is about calibrated mastering. For automorphism, see Kolmogorov system. For the musician, see K-System.
The k-system dB scale.

The K-system is an audio level measuring technique proposed by mastering engineer Bob Katz in the paper An integrated approach to Metering, Monitoring and Levelling.[1] It proposes a studio monitor calibration system and a set of meter ballistics to help engineers produce consistent sounding music while preserving appropriate dynamic range.[2]

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