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Melodic contour identification and sentence recognition using sung speech
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For bimodal cochlear implant users, acoustic and electric hearing has been shown to contribute differently to speech and music perception. However, differences in test paradigms and stimuli in speech and music testing can make it difficult to assess the relative contributions of each device. To address these concerns, the Sung Speech Corpus (SSC) was created. The SSC contains 50 monosyllable words sung over an octave range and can be used to test both speech and music perception using the same stimuli. Here SSC data are presented with normal hearing listeners and any advantage of musicianship is examined.
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