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- Date: Sun, 13 Jun 1993 13:46:24 -0400
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I need information about the way intensity slope of a single sine wave
can change the perception of the tone between 2 situations:
a) Sine wave which increases its intensity.
b) Two distinct successive sine wave with the same frequency, and
I do not look for streaming experiments such as Van Noorden's
from 1977 (ABAB sequence with alternating amplitudes), but rather
a single AB, in which B is amplified A, and the variables are
the amplitude ratio and duration.
Thanks in advance,