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loudness

The perceived intensity of sound. It often reflects the amplitude and frequency of a sonic stimulus, but because it varies from person to person, it is a subjective, rather than a purely measurable entity.
See: decibel
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We heard a loud explosion apparently directly above us; the craft trembled to the shock which threw us all to the deck.
Three wonderful days, an outdoor summer party, a fantastic location and of course, loud music which promises an astounding Loud Music Festival experience are what we can expect.
I'm gonna play my music really, really loud every night, I'm gonna play the drums.
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He claimed he was distracted because he was under the influence of loud music.