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Re: sine wave speech
Try the Haskins web site at
Robert Remez and Phil Rubin (leaders in this research) have a section on
sinewave speech that is interactive and very detailed.
Philip Hodgson, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist - Human Factors & Ergonomics
Commercial, Government and Industrial Solutions Sector
8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Rm. 2441
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33322
Tel (954) 723-4571, Fax (954)723-5064
> From: Peter Marvit
> Reply To: Peter Marvit
> Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 5:23 PM
> To: AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA
> Subject: Re: sine wave speech
> While I cannot help the original requester, I was captured by the title of
> the message. Now *my* request: Are there any *examples* of sine wave
> speech easily available (Web or tape). I thought the Harvard tapes had
> but no dice. The ASA disk does not either.
> My understanding of sinewave speech is simple sine tones or complex tones
> AM to become 'speechlike". The perceptual result is weird wobbly sounds
> that (all of a sudden) become understandable. I've heard it somewhere,
> but don't remember.
> -Peter "demos, demos, demos" Marvit
> : Peter Marvit <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Psychology Dept, Univ. of Penn
> : 3815 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104 w:215/573-3991 fax:215/898-7301