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Re: UNmixing Sources, i.e., The Cocktail Party Effect
I found the description of the procedure no more than would be required to
reproduce the effect. The only advertising I saw was for the Radio Shack
mixer. Please don't discourage the exchange of such interesting ideas on
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From: James W. Beauchamp <jwb@TIMBRE.MUSIC.UIUC.EDU>
To: AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA <AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA>
Date: Monday, October 19, 1998 3:53 PM
Subject: Re: UNmixing Sources, i.e., The Cocktail Party Effect
>Richard J. Fabrri writes (in part):
>>Several LISTeners have asked about the Stereo example I offered to
>>Robert Bolia and Brian Gygi on 15 October. The following points
>>by Robert and Brian both focus on the relative importance of
>>"Spatial segregation" ...
>Really? Who are "LISTeners"? How do the rest of us hear these stereo
>examples? Does the Auditory List have an audio path all of a sudden?
>Is there a web page where these sounds can be downloaded?
>This extremely long, kind of interesting post reads like an ad. I sincerely
>hope that this method of "advertising" one's research does not become
>popular on this list.
>But, hey, I happen to have copies of all of Berlin, 1993 preprints, so I
>can go back and check this paper out. Unfortunately, I doubt that very many
>other people on this list attended that meeting.
>University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
>McGill is running a new version of LISTSERV (1.8d on Windows NT).
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McGill is running a new version of LISTSERV (1.8d on Windows NT).
Information is available on the WEB at http://www.mcgill.ca/cc/listserv