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Re: Granular synthesis and auditory segmentation
>I wrote (i.e., Peter Meijer)
>> I'd love to hear about *psychophysical* auditory perception
>> experiments that unambiguously demonstrate temporal processing
>> in humans in the 3 to 5 kHz range! My expectation is that such
>> results have not been found...
... Have you tried the stereo experiment described in my posting:
- UNmixing Sources, i.e., The Cocktail Party Effect.
... This is a easily repeated experiment that "unambiguously demonstrate[s]
temporal processing in humans in the 3 to 5 kHz range". Actually, in an
arbitrary (wideband) range since *you* select the two (2) sources.
... Basically, this experiment demonstrates that the Precedence Effect acts
as a temporal "filter".
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