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Does anyone know of a computer implementation of roughness or sensory
dissonance that is publicly available and based on one or more of the
Aures, W. (1985). Ein Berechnungsverfahren der Rauhigkeit. Acustica,
Hutchinson, W. & Knopoff, L. (1978). The acoustical component of
western consonance. Interface, 7, 1-29.
Kameoka, A. & Kuriyagawa, M. (1969). Consonance theory, part II:
Consonance of complex tones and its calculation method. Journal of
the Acoustical Society of America, 45, 1451-1459.
Plomp, R., & Levelt, W.J.M. (1965). Tonal consonance and critical
bandwidth. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 38, 548-560.
Terhardt, E. (1974). On the perception of periodic sound fluctuations
(roughness). Acustica, 30, 201-213.
I'm thinking in terms of a program that inputs the frequencies and
amplitudes, and perhaps also the phases, of the partials of a
steady-state complex sound, and outputs a single roughness/dissonance