An audio signal that remains at a statistically equal level is played very softly at the beginning, with its intensity (volume) gradually increased over the course of the entire piece. Once the maximum level an individual loudspeaker is meant to produce is surpassed, the speaker begins to distort and eventually fails to be able to reproduce the signal correctly. As the audio signal itself is already distorted, we are confronted with two types of distortion: one that is mediated and causes no material damage, and a second that is unmediated.
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