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Effects of level and frequency on the audibility of partials in inharmonic complex tones
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Scores for the top partial in each complex (top panels), inner partials (middle panels, scores averaged across all inner partials), and the bottom partial in each complex (bottom panels), averaged across cases when the probe was lower in frequency than the closest partial and when it was higher in frequency and plotted as a function of spacing. Left and right columns show results for levels per component of 40 and SPL, respectively. Results for each subject are identified by a different symbol.

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FIG. 2.

Scores for each subject and averaged across subjects (bottom-right panel) for the complex tones with partials spaced by 1 (triangles) and 1.5 (circles), plotted as a function of the -number of the partial. Scores are averaged across cases when the probe was lower in frequency than the closest partial and when it was higher in frequency. Filled and open symbols show results for the levels of 40 and SPL per component, respectively.

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FIG. 3.

Examples of individual results for the complex tone with spacing and a level of SPL per partial. Results are shown separately for the case when the probe was lower in frequency than the closest partial and when it was higher in frequency.

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FIG. 4.

As Fig. 1, but showing results of experiment 2 for the single level used with each subject.

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FIG. 5.

As Fig. 2, but showing results of experiment 2 for all spacings for the single level used with each subject.

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FIG. 6.

Results of experiment 2, showing scores averaged across subjects for each spacing, plotted as a function of the -number of the partial. Scores are averaged across the cases when the probe was lower in frequency than the closest partial and when it was higher in frequency.

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FIG. 7.

Individual scores for the spacing, plotted separately for the case when the probe was mistuned upwards from the corresponding partial in the complex (filled squares) and the case when it was mistuned downwards (open squares).

Tables

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TABLE I.

Frequencies of the partials in the complex tones for each spacing used in experiment 1. The frequency of the middle partial is given in bold type.

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TABLE II.

Correlation coefficients between scores for the two levels (40 and SPL) for the inner partials, for each subject and each spacing of the partials. The number of samples is given in each case. Significant correlations (, one-tailed test) are indicated by .

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TABLE III.

Frequencies of the partials in the complex tones for each spacing used in experiment 2. The frequency of the middle partial is given in bold type.

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TABLE IV.

Correlation coefficients between scores obtained using Sennheiser HD580 and Etymõtic Research ER-2 earphones, for such subject and each spacing of the partials. The number of samples (N) is given in each case. Significant correlations (, one-tailed test) are indicated by .

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Scitation: Effects of level and frequency on the audibility of partials in inharmonic complex tones
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/120/2/10.1121/1.2216906
10.1121/1.2216906
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